Federico Albert National Reserve

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Federico Albert National Reserve
Entrada parque f albert.JPG
Access to the reserve
Map showing the location of Federico Albert National Reserve
Map showing the location of Federico Albert National Reserve
Location within Chile
Location Cauquenes Province, Chile
Nearest city Chanco
Coordinates 35°43′59″S 72°32′21″W / 35.7331°S 72.5391°W / -35.7331; -72.5391[1]Coordinates: 35°43′59″S 72°32′21″W / 35.7331°S 72.5391°W / -35.7331; -72.5391[1]
Area 1.45 km2 (0.56 sq mi)
Established 1981
Governing body National Forestal Corporation (CONAF)

Federico Albert National Reserve is a 1.45 km2 (0.56 sq mi) national reserve of Cauquenes Province, Chile, located near Chanco town.[2]

This reserve consists in a plantation of trees as pines, eucalyptus, firs and many others, directed by the naturalist Frederich Albert Faupp (known in Spanish as Federico Albert), which made this for saving the town of Chanco of the dunes that growing along the coast.[3]

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