In Bolivia, both life-form and habitat diversity includes Amazonian lowlands as well as the high Andes, cloud forests (yungas) as well as the puna, a high elevation montane grassland.
The Grey wolf (Canis lupus), similarly to the other Central European large carnivores (i.e., the Brown Bear Ursus arctosand the Eurasian lynx Lynx lynx) had been severely persecuted in Bohemia and Moravia for centuries.
P. Lustyk, V. Oušková, L. Kratochvílová & K. Chobot: 2013 Report on the Conservation Status of Natur
In 2013, pursuant to Council Directive 92/43/EEC on the conservation of natural habitats and of wild fauna and flora, as amended later, commonly known as the Habitats Directive, the Czech Republic as a European Union Member State submitted an assessment report on natural habitats.
Pešout P., Hůlková J. & Tomášková L.: Ten Years of Payments for Compensation for Complication in Agr
In 2004, an amendment to Act No. 114/1992 Gazette on Nature Conservation and Landscape Protection introduced payments for compensation for complication in agricultural, forest or fishpond management caused by nature conservation measures.
In the past, the Marsh angelica (Angelica palustris) had occurred in what is now the Czech Republic at seven sites. Moreover, from most of them, the vascular plant species disappeared by the 1950s.
Trnka P., Hausvaterová M. & Vojtěchovská E.: The Kojetín Fishpond Restoration in the Polabí/Elbe Riv
The Kojetín Fishpond is a part of the Nature Monument of the same name (District of Jičín, eastern Bohemia), established in 1999.
It took quite long eight years to re-declare and extensively enlarge the Kokořínsko Protected Landscape Areas (PLA) by the so-called Mácha´s country (Liberec Region, northern Bohemia).