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    Lagoa da Albufeira

    • Country: 
      Portugal
    • Designation date: 
      08-05-1996
    • Site number: 
      825
    • Published since: 
      27 year(s)
    1,995 ha
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    Ria de Alvor

    • Country: 
      Portugal
    • Designation date: 
      08-05-1996
    • Site number: 
      827
    • Published since: 
      27 year(s)
    1,454 ha
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    Parque Nacional Archipiélago Los Roques

    • Country: 
      Venezuela (Bolivarian Republic of)
    • Designation date: 
      04-09-1996
    • Site number: 
      856
    • Published since: 
      27 year(s)
    213,220 ha
  4. Birds in the estuaries
    Birds in the estuaries
    Burnas
    Eco-educational center
    Birds in the estuaries
    Birds in the estuaries
    Tuzly Limans. Autumn
    Birds in the estuaries
    A sand spit of Tuzlivski Limans

    Shagany-Alibei-Burnas Lakes System

    • Country: 
      Ukraine
    • Designation date: 
      28-02-1997
    • Site number: 
      763
    • Published since: 
      1 year(s)
    27,600 ha
  5. Until the bay is completely covered with ice, ducks will not fly further south.
    The shallow bay is the best feeding ground for Cygnus cygnus.
    Anas penelope refreshes for a long road
    The colony of Thalasseus sandvicensis on the terminus of the Bilosaraiska Spit
    Larus genei settle near Thalasseus sandvicensis.
    Larus genei settle near Thalasseus sandvicensis.
    At the colony of Ardea alba.
    Halophytic meadows with Rhaponticum serratuloides.
    Psammophyte-steppe area with Iris pumila.
    Shallow saline lakes attract the birds due to their security and food availability.
    In summer, almost all saline shallow lakes are dried-up.

    Bilosaraiska Bay and Bilosaraiska Spit

    • Country: 
      Ukraine
    • Designation date: 
      28-02-1997
    • Site number: 
      773
    • Published since: 
      1 year(s)
    11,281 ha
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    Puhtu-Laelatu-Nehatu Wetland Complex

    • Country: 
      Estonia
    • Designation date: 
      05-06-1997
    • Site number: 
      911
    • Published since: 
      26 year(s)
    4,640 ha
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    Tubli Bay

    • Country: 
      Bahrain
    • Designation date: 
      27-10-1997
    • Site number: 
      921
    • Published since: 
      26 year(s)
    1,610 ha
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    Kizilirmak Delta

    • Country: 
      Türkiye
    • Designation date: 
      15-04-1998
    • Site number: 
      942
    • Published since: 
      26 year(s)
    21,700 ha
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    Deir el Nouriyeh cliffs of Ras Chekaa

    • Country: 
      Lebanon
    • Designation date: 
      16-04-1999
    • Site number: 
      979
    • Published since: 
      12 year(s)
    0 ha
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    Tyre Beach

    • Country: 
      Lebanon
    • Designation date: 
      16-04-1999
    • Site number: 
      980
    • Published since: 
      12 year(s)
    380 ha

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