Parts taken or substances extracted from wildlife, in raw or in processed form.
The practical application of scientific and technical principles to wildlife and population and habitat so as to maintain or manipulate such population essentially for recreational or scientific purposes.
An area designated for the protection of wild animals, within which hunting and fishing are either prohibited or strictly regulated.
An area which assures the natural conditions necessary to protect nationally significant species, group of species, biotic communities or physical features of the environment which may require specific human manipulations for their perpetuation.
The act of engaging in the exchange, exportation or importation, purchase or sale of wildlife, their derivatives or by-products, locally or internationally.
A strip of trees or shrubs used to reduce and redirect wind.
A comparatively long (1mm to less than 8mm), narrow, tapering wood cell closed at both ends.
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A thin piece of wood with one end thinner than the other, lapped lengthwise in covering roofs and other walls of buildings.
The collective term for logging and processing wastes.
Long, curly, slender strands of wood used as an aggregate component for particleboard or cement board.
Areas predominantly vegetated with grasses, such as Imperata, Themeda, Saccharum and where the trees cover between 5 to 10% of the area and their height may reach 5 meters at maturity.