BMNP

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BMNPBale Mountains National Park (Ethiopia)
BMNPBach Ma National Park (Vietnam)
BMNPBlue Mountains National Park (Australia)
BMNPBlack Mountain National Park (Australia)
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Unlike Bale Mountains National Park, where attempts have been made to investigate the impacts of human and livestock encroachments on the abundance and distribution of mountain nyala and other wildlife [4, 5, 19], there have not been any detailed studies that investigated the situation in Arsi Mountains National Park.
Leader-Williams, "Impact of livestock and settlement on the large mammalian wildlife of Bale Mountains National Park, southern Ethiopia," Biological Conservation, vol.
Kuoni currently offer a ninenight Highlights of Northern Ethiopia tour, including a city tour of Addis Ababa, and trips to the Blue Nile Falls, Lake Tana, Gondar, Lalibela and the Bale Mountains National Park. Departures on October 5, and November 9, cost from PS2,424 per person, including flights.
Holotype: [male] ETHIOPIA: Bale Mountains National Park, Harenna Forest (wood species, in particular, Hagenia abissinica forming the canopy), 6[degrees]38'N:39[degrees]43'E, 1883 m, in soil, 23.xi.2009, L.B.
Holotype: [female] ETHIOPIA: Bale Mountains National Park, Harenna Forest (wood species, in particular, Hagenia abissinica forming canopy), 6[degrees]42'N:39[degrees]43'E, 2249 m, in soil, 23.xi.2009, L.B.
ETHIOPIA: Undiscovered Destinations (0191 206 4038) offers 12-day tour and trek via Rift Valley and Bale Mountains National park via caves, hot springs and other sights, from April 10 for pounds 1,390, saving pounds 100.
More than 32 domestic dogs and 20 cattle exhibiting clinical signs consistent with rabies were reported in communities adjacent to the Bale Mountains National Park in the same period, and at least three people were bitten by suspected rabid dogs.
It needs funds for a vital anti- rabies vaccination programme in Ethiopia's Bale Mountains National Park where the reddish-gold wolves roam free.
Set on a high volcanic plateau pocked with alpine lakes and dissected by dramatic gorges, Bale Mountains National Park in southeastern Ethiopia is an oasis of calm in a ravaged country.
The tour then moves on to Lake Chamo and the hilltop hot springs resort of Wondo Gent before discovering the Bale Mountains National Park featuring Ethiopia's second highest peak, Mount Tullo Deemtu.
In 1987, "by sheer chance", he met Chris Hillman, a research ecologist for the Wildlife Conservation Society, whose wildlife management plan for the Bale Mountains National Park "identified the graceful and long-legged Ethiopian wolf as a priority for study".
"We've also started to vaccinate domestic dogs in and around the Bale Mountains National Park," Sillero explains.