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Omora Ethnobotanical Park

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A Site for Nature Conservation and Investigation

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The Omora Ethnobotanical Park is a collaborative initiative between the Omora NGO and the Universidad de Magallanes and is a party to BGCI’s International Agenda for Botanical Gardens in Conservation. The Park is located 3 km west of Puerto Williams on the north coast of Isla Navarino. Within the park interpretative trails explore most of the major habitat types of the region: coastal coigue forests, lenga parks, ñirre forests, Sphagnum bogs, beaver wetlands and alpine heath. In addition, the Robalo River runs through the park and provides potable water to the town of Puerto Williams.

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