Letting Nature Be
Celebrating the Beauty of Land and Wildlife Conservation
Across the U.S., there are protected habitats and natural landscapes where wildlife is free to exist without the threat of human interaction. Nature reserves are not federally funded like national parks, but similar to national parks, they are places where wildlife is protected and undisturbed—completely natural. Many are privately funded and supported through trusts, donations, and community volunteerism. These organizations share an altruistic mission so great, reserves limit or even restrict access to people entirely, as their sole purpose is protection of these environments. The scientific research and educational outreach leads to better safeguards for these environments and disappearing habitats, so our glorious lands can remain just that for generations.