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Paragraphs in "Convention On Nature Protection And Wildlife Preservation In The Western Hemisphere" coded as DEFN

Label Provision
Art.1 Article I
Art.1.1 1. The expression national parks shall denote:
Art.1.1.ax Areas established for the protection and preservation of superlative scenery, flora and fauna of national significance which the general public may enjoy and from which it may benefit when placed under public control.
Art.1.2 2. The expression national reserves shall denote:
Art.1.2.ax Regions established for conservation and utilization of natural resources under government control, on which protection of animal and plant life will be afforded in so far as this may be consistent with the primary purpose of such reserves.
Art.1.3 3. The expression nature monuments shall denote:
Art.1.3.ax Regions, objects, or living species of flora and fauna of aesthetic, historic or scientific interest to which strict protection is given. The purpose of nature monuments is the protection of a specific object, or a species of flora or fauna, by setting aside an area, an object, or a single species, as an inviolate nature monument, except for duly authorized scientific investigations or government Inspection.
Art.1.4 4. The expression strict wilderness reserves shall denote:
Art.1.ax A region under public control characterized by primitive conditions of flora, fauna, transportation and habitation wherein there is no provision for the passage of motorized transportation and all commercial developments are excluded.
Art.1.5 5. The expression migratory birds shall denote:
Art.1.5.ax Birds of those species, all or some of whose individual members, may at any season cross any of the boundaries between the American countries. Some of the species of the following families are examples of birds characterized as migratory: Charadriidae, Scolopacidae, Caprimulgidae, Hirundinidae.