Ramsar Site

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Malagarasi River - Environmental Protection
... The Malagarasi-Muyovozi Wetlands became a designated a Ramsar site on April 13, 2000 ... It is the country's first Ramsar Site. 35,000 square kilometres (14,000 sq mi), it is the world's third largest Ramsar Site, and contains more than 50 indigenous fish species, such as the Dark stonebasher, being a rare fish species example ...
Nariva Swamp - Conservation
... The site was thus reserved as a local and international research centre, and in theory no hunting or harvesting was allowed on the site ... encroachment by squatters was ongoing (Ramsar, 1996) ... illegal timber harvesting, illegal hunting and excessive trapping of birds for the pet trade (Ramsar, 1996) ...
Sliabh Beagh - Ramsar Site
... The Slieve Beagh Ramsar site (wetlands of international importance designated under the Ramsar Convention), is 1884.68 hectares in area, at Latitude 53 ... N and ... It was designated a Ramsar site on 14 December 1999 ... The Ramsar site boundary coincides entirely with that of the Slieve Beagh Area of Special Scientific Interest and the Slieve Beagh Special Area of Conservation ...

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