National Park

By | February 23, 2014

It is common in these bushes that are found grass medicinal as carqueja and the banana of the weeds. This bioma found in the south of Brazil has vital importance for flora and fauna, where if it also locates biodiversity meets the presence around human being and all its influence. The simple use of the station as rest area, of growth or nest building still more becomes it important therefore for the migratory species the destruction of an area in the migration route can place them of extinguishing at risk. The region is surrounded of vilarejos of artisan fishing, that nor always fulfill the legal requirements for the hunting fish. It fishes it predatory, the illegal hunting and the culture of the rice dealers backwards astronomical consequences to the local environment.

The quagmires, bathed, all the stability and the preservation of the ecosystems that border the lagoon are basic for the ecological balance. Indirectly, the environments that also receive the influence from the man through debris and waters poludas for seasonings seriously are compromised. The ground comes being wronged for the agrotxicos used in the plantations and air for discarded residues without the had treatment. Awareness works exist today being made for some regional segments, what it has proportionate knowledge the population of the outskirts, thus facilitating the handling of these places. Professionals, work the ambient education in the community, so that this can participate of the routes and future of the Unit of Conservation, that is a good of this and the future generations. Not only the National Park of the Lagoon of the Fish as as much other places where the fauna and the flora have meant uneven for the environment already are being victims of the occured degradation for the abusive use of the man. Agricultural industries of fished, regions, the proper regional tourism has continuous participation in the destruction of these places world-wide known as ecological sanctuaries.


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