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List of biosphere reserves in the United States

Under UNESCO’s Man and Biosphere Reserve Programme, there are currently 258 biosphere reserves recognized as part of the World Network of Biosphere Reserves in Europe and North America. These are distributed across 31 countries in the region.

The list

Below is the list of biosphere reserves in Europe and North America, organized by country/territory, along with the year these were designated as part of the World Network of Biosphere Reserves.

The list does not include the Intercontinental Biosphere Reserve of the Mediterranean, a biosphere reserve shared between Morocco and Spain, which has been classified as part of the Arab States region.

Austria

Belarus

Bulgaria

Canada

Croatia

Czech Republic

Czech Republic & Poland

  • Krkonose / Karkonosze (1992)

Denmark

Estonia

Finland

France

France & Germany

  • Palatinate Forest-North Vosges (1998)

Germany

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Greece

Hungary

Ireland

Israel

Italy

Latvia

Lithuania

  • Žuvintas (2002)

Montenegro

Netherlands

Poland

Portugal

Portugal & Spain

Romania

  • Pietrosul Mare (1979)
  • Retezat (1979)

Romania & Ukraine

Russian Federation

Serbia

Slovakia

Slovenia

Spain

See also Portugal & Spain.

Sweden

Switzerland

Turkey

Ukraine

Main article: Biosphere Preserves of Ukraine

See also Romania & Ukraine.

United Kingdom

United States of America

External links

  • Searchable list of UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves
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