What are the main aims of National Parks?
What are the main aims of National Parks and what are the benefits of having them?
- J. MLv 41 decade agoFavorite Answer
A National Park is a reserve of natural or semi-national land owned by the government. It is designed to protect any wildlife living within it's boundaries. It acts as a safe haven for them.
Also, no Development can be done on the land. This helps protect land formations as well. National parks also provide a 'wilderness' type of area for people to explore and hike in and camp in to enjoy natures beauty.
- JosephLv 71 decade ago
To preserve them in their natural or near-natural state. And to preserve all the living creatures that live in that habitat. So that their species will not become endangered, as so many have in the past.
- 4 years ago
to develop peoples skills and learn about wildlife because it is important