Great Britain, Ireland & Faroe Islands bioregion
- 31,741Total Land Area (1000 ha)
- 5Number of Ecoregions
- 29%Protection Target
- 9Protection Level
The Great Britain, Ireland & Faroe Islands bioregion is located in the Western Eurasia realm (western Palearctic) and contains five ecoregions – Celtic Broadleaf Forests (651), English Lowlands Beech Forests (663), North Atlantic Moist Mixed Forests (672), Caledon Conifer Forests (691), Faroe Islands Boreal Grasslands (729) – totaling nearly 32 million hectares of land area.
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