Mexican Flora and Fauna Protection Areas

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Mexican Flora and Fauna Protection Areas (Áreas de Protección de Flora y Fauna in Spanish) comprise 29 protected natural areas of Mexico administrated by the National Commission of Protected Natural Areas (Comisión Nacional de Áreas Naturales Protegidas, or CONANP), an agency of the federal government.

They are areas established to conform to the regulations provided by the LGEEPA and other applicable laws on places that contain habitats for which their existence depends on their preservation, transformation, and support of the species of flora and fauna [1].

List of Mexican Protected Flora & Fauna Areas[edit]

Baja California[edit]

Baja California Sur[edit]

Campeche[edit]

Colima[edit]

Chiapas[edit]

Chihuahua[edit]

Coahuila[edit]

Jalisco[edit]

Estado de México[edit]

Morelos[edit]

Yucatán[edit]

Quintana Roo[edit]

San Luis Potosí[edit]

Sinaloa[edit]

Sonora[edit]

Tamaulipas[edit]