Inba Tega Prefectural Natural Park
|Inba Tega Prefectural Natural Park|
|Location||Chiba Prefecture, Japan|
|Established||24 October 1952|
Inba Tega Prefectural Natural Park (県立印旛手賀自然公園 Kenritsu Inba Tega shizen kōen?) is a Prefectural Natural Park in northern Chiba Prefecture, Japan. First designated for protection in 1952, the park's central features are Inba Marsh (印旛沼?) and Tega Marsh (手賀沼?). The park spans the borders of seven municipalities: Abiko, Inzai, Kashiwa, Narita, Sakae, Sakura, and Shisui. The marshes provide an important wetland habitat for wild birds.
- "千葉県の自然公園一覧表" [List of Natural Parks of Chiba Prefecture] (in Japanese). Chiba Prefecture. Retrieved 26 April 2012.
- "自然公園マップ" [Map of Natural Parks of Chiba Prefecture] (in Japanese). Chiba Prefecture. Retrieved 26 April 2012.
- (Japanese) Map of Inba Tega Prefectural Natural Park
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