We identified the diversity, geographical distribution, ecological characteristics of birds, trees, and flowers species designated as local government symbols as a means for understanding public awareness on biodiversity. A total of 114 species including 48 birds, 40 flowers, 36 tree species belonging to 40 orders 59 families 90 genus were designated as natural symbols. Pica pica (L.) in birds, Rhododendron schlippenbachii Maxim. among flowers, have also been designated as symbols. The tree Ginkgo biloba L. was designated with the highest frequency. Local governments located coastal area were selected bird species of the Laridae family and the tree species Camellia japonica L., of Pinaceae as their natural symbols. In contrast, local governments located inland have designated resident bird species such as P. pica and Columba rupestris (Pallas) and flower species from the Ericaceae as natural symbols widely distributed and easily observed throughout South Korea. However, many local governments have designated the same species as a natural symbol based on their size color and public appeal and popularity. The information about the popular species and their ecological traits are useful for establishing the criteria as flagship or iconic species selection and their roles in habitat conservation.
창녕군 지속가능한 관광 개발
[레져산업] 국내 테마파크 현황과 발전방향
[관광사업론, 관광, 식물원, 식물원사례, 식물원현황,관광객이용시설업] [관광사업론] 식물원
공무원 국어 기출문제(국가직7급,국가직9급,국회8급,경찰공무원,군무원)
[생태관광] 화포 습지 개발 방안 -생태 관광지 개발을 중심으로
[관광개발] 부산지역 관광개발에 대한 조사와 연구
[생태조사][가야산][을숙도][비무장지대][쥐며느리][환경생태][생태][생태공원][생태복원][생태복원업][환경보전]가야산의 생태조사, 을숙도의 생태조사, 비무장지대의 생태조사, 쥐며느리의 생태조사 분석