Types of National Parks Habitats
There are many ways to classify National Parks Habitats for the different regions of our world. We have very detailed and complex ways to showcase the natural environment and some day I may be able to detail that out for readers of this site. Currently however, I will classify National Parks by a general habitat label. This should give a broad understanding of what is to be expected when arriving at the location.
The classification system for National Parks Habitats will include: (Click to be taken to the page)
It is obvious that this will not go far enough at the current time, but I will aim to revisit this topic once the site is populated with data.
For a very indepth explanation of habitats on our planet I would draw your attention to IUCN Red List “Habitats Classification Scheme (version 3.1)” who are currently working on producing a more comprehensive list that is accessible to all cultures worldwide. To understand the complexity of this classification system click here.
The BBC webpage is very comprehensible in explaining Habitats and you can access the page here.
If you have any thoughts on this topic or would like to suggest something, I would be very pleased to hear from you. Otherwise, lets rock on! (Pun intended!)