Sri Lanka is known for its rich biodiversity and many nature parks that offer visitors the opportunity to see a wide variety of wildlife and plants. Some of the most popular nature parks in Sri Lanka include:
Yala National Park: Known for its high population of leopards, Yala is also home to a variety of other wildlife such as elephants, crocodiles, and various bird species.
Udawalawe National Park: This park is home to a large herd of elephants and is also a popular spot for birdwatching.
Wilpattu National Park: Known for its large population of leopards, this park also features many lakes and wetlands, making it a popular spot for birdwatching.
Sinharaja Forest Reserve: This UNESCO World Heritage site is a rainforest and home to a wide variety of endemic species, including birds, butterflies, reptiles, and mammals.
Bundala National Park: This park is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is known for its large population of migratory water birds, including flamingos and spoonbills.
Horton Plains National Park: This park is known for its stunning landscapes, including the World’s End viewpoint, and is home to a variety of wildlife including sambar deer, leopards, and bear monkey.
Gal Oya National Park: It is known for its elephant population and boat safaris on Senanayake Samudraya, the largest reservoir in Sri Lanka.
All of these parks offer visitors the opportunity to see a wide variety of wildlife and plants in their natural habitats, and many also offer guided tours and safaris. Visitors should keep in mind that many of these parks have strict rules and regulations to protect the wildlife and its habitats, so it’s important to follow the guidelines provided by the park authorities.
Año 2003, folder Bloc nº 34 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 3€. Tema fauna y flora del Parque Natural Nacional de Yavoriv.
Philatelic stamps; The 7 natural wonders of Ukraine in its nature
1. The Carpathian Mountains are the largest mountain range in Ukraine, extending for about 900 km across the country from the Czech Republic to Romania. They are known for their diversity of flora and fauna, and are home to many endangered species.
2. The Crimean Mountains are located in the south of Ukraine and are comprised of limestone and sandstone formations. They are home to numerous caves, waterfalls and gorges, and the climate here is mild and sunny.
3. Synevyr Lake is a large lake in the Carpathian Mountains in western Ukraine. It is surrounded by steep cliffs and is a popular spot for fishing, boating, swimming and hiking.
4. Khortytsia Island is the largest island in the Dnieper River, located in central Ukraine. It is home to a historical reserve, a museum and an open-air theatre, and is known for its many historic monuments and archaeological sites.
5. Askania-Nova Nature Reserve is a protected area in southern Ukraine, and is home to a wide variety of rare and endangered species of plants and animals. It is one of the few areas in the world where Przewalski’s horse, an endangered species of wild horse, can be found.
6. Sinevir National Park is located in the Carpathian Mountains in western Ukraine and is known for its diverse flora and fauna. It is also home to many endangered species, including the Eurasian lynx, brown bear and European bison.
7. Podilski Tovtry National Park is located in the south of Ukraine and is known for its numerous caves, gorges, canyons and rivers. It is home to many rare species of plants and animals, and is an important area for bird watching.
Año 2004, folder Bloc nº 43 Catálogo Yvert, valor 4€. Fauna – aves de la reserva natural del Danubio.
Año 2005, folder Bloc nº 47 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 4€. Tema fauna de la reserva natural del parque de Karadag.
Año 2006, folder Bloc nº 51 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 2.50€. Tema fauna diversa del Parque Natural De Shatsk.
Año 2008, folder Bloc nº 59 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 2.50€. Tema fauna variada de la reserva natural de Crimea.
Año 2009, folder Bloc nº 67 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 3€. Tema fauna y flora de la reserva natural de Gorgany.
Año 2010, folder Bloc nº 77 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 4€. Tema fauna y flora del Parque Nacional Natural de Svjatye Gory.
The European natural parks featured on philatelic stamps include the Apennines National Park (Italy), the Bavarian Forest National Park (Germany), the Białowieża National Park (Poland), the Brecon Beacons National Park (Wales), the Cairngorms National Park (Scotland), the Danube Delta National Park (Romania), the Ecrins National Park (France), the Etosha National Park (Namibia), the Hohe Tauern National Park (Austria), the Isalo National Park (Madagascar), the Plitvice Lakes National Park (Croatia), the Pyrenees National Park (Spain), the Saxon Switzerland National Park (Germany), the Sarek National Park (Sweden), the Sierra de Guadarrama National Park (Spain), the Tatra National Park (Poland), the Ural Mountains National Park (Russia), and the Vanoise National Park (France).
Nature parks reserves Slovakia stamps
Año 2012, folder Bloc nº 40 compuesta de 2 stamps y 3 viñetas del Catálogo Yvert, valor 4.30€. Tema fauna y flora del parque nacional de Tatras.
Natural parks Slovenia stamps
Año 2014, folder Bloc nº 74 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 3.90€. Tema paisaje del parque natural de Kolpa en Slovenia.
There are numerous stamp issues from the Czech Republic featuring nature parks and reserves. Some of the most popular issues include stamps featuring the Sumava National Park, the Tisina National Park, and the Ceske Svycarsko National Park. Other issues feature a wide variety of nature-themed topics, such as the flora and fauna of the Czech Republic, the UNESCO Biosphere Reserves, and the Czech National Parks. Collectors can find a wide variety of Czech Republic stamps to collect in philatelic shops and online.
Este país de Europa ha creado una serie de stamps blockss muy impresionantes del tema nature parks reserves, en las mismas se pueden ver la diversidad de flora y fauna de este país. Estas stamps son muy interesantes para todo collector de stamps.
Visita la colección de stamps de nature parks reserves de Europa.
The Monte de los Gigantes in the Czech Republic is a famous local legend. The mountain is said to be inhabited by giants who appear on a full moon night. The mountain is located in the north of the country and is a popular tourist destination. It is believed that when the giants appear, they bring good luck and protection to the people of the area.
Año 2007, folder Bloc nº 26 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 4.50€. Protección de la naturaleza. UNESCO – Reserva de la Biosfera, en los carpátos blancos.
Año 2008, folder Bloc nº 28 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 6.50€. Protección de la naturaleza – Reserva de la Biosfera de Trebón – Patrimonio de la UNESCO.
The Krivklatsko Biosphere Reserve is a protected area in the Czech Republic, established in 2002. It covers a total area of 55,000 hectares and protects the unique natural habitats of the region and the traditional way of life of its inhabitants. The Reserve is home to a variety of species, such as elk, deer, deer, wild boar, black stork, eagle, and fox, as well as rare species of plants, mushrooms, and lichens.
The local population also benefits from the Reserve, as it is a source of employment and income. The Reserve also serves as a research and educational center, where visitors can learn more about the natural habitats of the region.
Año 2009, folder Bloc nº 36 con 4 stamps y 4 viñetas en su centro, del Catálogo Yvert, valor 6€. Tema protección de la naturaleza – Patrimonio de la UNESCO – Reserva de la Biosfera de Krivklatsko.
Año 2010, folder Bloc nº 40 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 6.70€. Decretada Patrimonio de la UNESCO y Reserva de la Biosfera – protección de la naturaleza. Paisaje natural con diversidad en su fauna y flora.
Año 2011, folder Bloc nº 44 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 7.80€. Diversidad de la fauna y la flora en su hábitat de Sumavy- Reserva de la Unesco- Protección de la naturaleza y Reserva de la Biosfera.
Año 2013, folder Bloc nº 49 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 7.50€. Tema protección de la naturaleza- fauna y flora variada de la región de Karlstein.
Año 2014, folder Bloc nº 53 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 8.40€. Tema Protección de la naturaleza- flora y fauna salvaje de los macizos y montañas de Beskides.
WWF of Oceania is a regional branch of WWF (World Wide Fund for Nature), a global conservation organization. It works to protect the environment and wildlife of Oceania, which includes Australia, New Zealand, and the South Pacific Islands. They focus on a variety of conservation efforts, including species protection, marine conservation, forestry, and climate change. WWF of Oceania works with governments, businesses, and local communities to promote sustainable development and conservation. They also carry out research, provide educational opportunities, and lobby decision makers in the region.
Stamps of Australia
Australia is home to many different species of birds. These include the Emu, the Kookaburra, the Galah, the Magpie, the Sulphur-crested Cockatoo, the Budgerigar, the Crimson Rosella, the Cockatiel, the Rainbow Lorikeet, the King Parrot, and the Spotted Pardalote. Australia also has many types of waterfowl, including ducks, geese, swans, pelicans, and many species of seabirds. Many of Australia’s birds are unique to the continent and are not found anywhere else in the world.
The Australian continent provides a wide range of habitats for its birds, from the wet tropical forests of the north to the dry desert regions in the south. Australia’s birdlife also includes many migratory species, such as the Common Blackbird, the Common Starling, and the Common Myna, which migrate from the Northern Hemisphere to spend the southern summer in Australia. Many of Australia’s native birds, such as the lyrebird and the kookaburra, are well-known for their distinctive calls.
Año 1998, serie de 4 stamps unidos en parejas horizontalmente nº 1683 – 86 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 3.50. stamps Tema fauna – protección a la naturaleza, pájaros de Australia en su hábitat natural.
stamps de wwf de Filipinas
Año 2011, serie de 4 stamps en bloque de 4 nº 3581 – 84 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 2€. Tema fauna – protección a la naturaleza – cocodrilos.
stamps de wwf de Nauru.
Año 1997, serie de 4 stamps unidos horizontalmente nº 423 – 426 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 7.50€. Animales protegidos- fauna marina – peces.
stamps de wwf de Norfolk Island.
Año 1996, serie de 4 stamps unidos horizontalmente nº 593 – 596 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 4€. Tema protección de la fauna – reptiles.
stamps de wwf de Tonga.
Año 2012, serie de 4 stamps nº 1264 – 67 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 16.20€. Tema protección a la naturaleza – caballitos de mar en su hábitat.
stamps de wwf de Vanuatu.
Año 1996, serie de 4 stamps nº 999- 1002 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 4.40€. Tema protección de la naturaleza – murciélagos en su hábitat.
Año 2011, serie de 4 stamps unidos horizontalmente nº 1388 – 91 del Catálogo Yvert, valor 8€. Tema fauna protegidas – loro.