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  1. Wairarapa Moana, New Zealand
    Wairarapa Moana Wetland, New Zealand
    Lake Onoke, New Zealand

    Wairarapa Moana Wetland

    • Country: 
      New Zealand
    • Designation date: 
      20-08-2020
    • Site number: 
      2432
    • Published since: 
      3 year(s)
    10,547 ha
  2. The site's mires hold rich reserves of cranberry
    Pine forest on the peatland
    Pine forest on the peatland
    The appearance of the site's peatlands
    There are lakes among the mires.
    The appearance of the site's open peatlands

    Duleby Islands-Zaozerye

    • Country: 
      Belarus
    • Designation date: 
      07-09-2012
    • Site number: 
      2138
    • Published since: 
      3 year(s)
    30,772 ha
  3. Lake Vygonoshchanskoye surrounded by transitional and fen mires
    Old-aged forests preserved on islands among mires.

    Vigonoshchanskoe

    • Country: 
      Belarus
    • Designation date: 
      16-01-2013
    • Site number: 
      2141
    • Published since: 
      3 year(s)
    54,611 ha
  4. Central part of the bog
    The raised bog
    Displaying ground of the Black Grouse on the mire

    Kozyansky

    • Country: 
      Belarus
    • Designation date: 
      29-03-2013
    • Site number: 
      2196
    • Published since: 
      3 year(s)
    28,469 ha
  5. Most of the site is sitiated in the Pripyat River floodplain
    Floodplain oak woods are very valuable biotopes.
    Large raised bogs are unique biotopes for Polesie region
    Old-aged pine forests preserved on sand dunes among mires.
    Owbows in the Pripyat River floodplain.
    Owbows in the Pripyat River floodplain.
    Almost annually the Pripyat floodplain and adjacent villages get flooded.
    Almost annually the Pripyat floodplain and adjacent villages get flooded.

    Pripyatsky National Park

    • Country: 
      Belarus
    • Designation date: 
      29-03-2013
    • Site number: 
      2197
    • Published since: 
      3 year(s)
    88,553 ha
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    Bargerveen

    • Country: 
      Netherlands (Kingdom of the)
    • Designation date: 
      30-12-1992
    • Site number: 
      581
    • Published since: 
      1 year(s)
    2,082 ha
  7. Jijia
    Jijia
    Jijia
    Jijia

    Jijia - Iasi Wetlands

    • Country: 
      Romania
    • Designation date: 
      13-02-2020
    • Site number: 
      2422
    • Published since: 
      4 year(s)
    19,432 ha
  8. Desna River Floodplain
    Desna River Floodplain
    Desna River Floodplain
    Desna River Floodplain
    Desna River Floodplain
    Migratory  geese.
    Migratory geese.
    Migrating geese.
    Migratory  geese.
    Migratory  geese.
    Migratory waders.
    Migratory waders.
    Migratory waders.

    Desna River Floodplains

    • Country: 
      Ukraine
    • Designation date: 
      17-11-2003
    • Site number: 
      1398
    • Published since: 
      2 year(s)
    4,270 ha
  9. Cobourg Peninsula
    Cobourg Peninsula
    Pier at Black Point, Cobourg Peninsula

    Cobourg Peninsula

    • Country: 
      Australia
    • Designation date: 
      08-05-1974
    • Site number: 
      1
    • Published since: 
      2 year(s)
    220,700 ha
  10. Canal de marisma de pastos altos, sector occidental del Area Monkul.
    “Perrito”, Himantopus mexicanus, habitante numeroso en los ambientes de marismas en el sector occidental del Área Monkul.
    Visión panorámica del sector occidental del sitio que colinda con las dunas de Playa Monkul; foto desde el Cerro Tren-Tren Monkul
    “Gaviotín Piquerito”, Sterna trudeaui, especie poco numerosa que ocupa los fondos limosos de marismas. Sector Chomío, Area Monkul.
    Registrando fauna en el sector Mawida del Area Monkul.
    “Garza Blanca Grande”, Ardea alba, en uno de sus posaderos habituales en el sector la Balsa del Area Monkul.
    Vegetación característica en la ribera de los canales de marismas, Area Monkul.
    “Coipo”, Myocastor coipus, roedor acuático y habitante numeroso de los ambientes de marismas y pajonales en el Area Monkul.
    “Zarapito Pico Curvo”, Numenius phaepus, y “Zarapito Pico Recto”, Limosa haemastica, dos especies migratorias neárticas que llegan cada primavera a los humedales de Monkul.
    “Playero Blanco”, Calidris alba, otra de las especies migratorias neárticas que llegan a Monkul cada primavera; ocupan playas marinas y sectores de marismas.
    “Gaviotín Elegante”, Thalasseus elegans, de hábitos gregarios, se le encuentra reposando o alimentándose en playas, estuarios y fondos intermareales del Area Monkul.
    “Rayador”, Rhynchops niger, alimentándosoe con su modo inconfunfible en aguas someras del estuario del Monkul en el sector la Balsa
    “Cisne de Cuello Negro”, Cygnus melancorhyphus, especie emblemática de los humedales costeros del sur de Chile por su gran belleza, tamaño y problematicas de conservación.. Sector Puyanque, Area Monkul.
    Gaviota Cáguil”, Larus maculipennis, una de las especies más abundantes en playas, estuarios y sectores intermareales de Monkul.
    “Pato Real”, Anas sibilatrix, una de las anátidas más numerosas que se reproduce en los diversos humedales de Monkul.
    “Chorlo Chileno”, Charadrius modestus, especie numerosa en playas y fondos limosos de los estuario y marismas del Area Monkul
    “Pitotoi Grande”, Tringa melanoleuca”, especie migratoria neártica y una de las aves más numerosas en los ambientes limosos y fangosos de las marismas del Area Monkul.
    “Pilpilén”, Haematopus palliatus, presente en playas marinas, estuarios y ambientes intermareales del Area Monkul.
    “Siete Colores”, Tachuris rubrigastra, pequeño y hermoso habitante característico de los ambientes con pajonales en todas las áreas de los Humedales de Monkul.
    Run-Run” (hembra), Hymenops perspicillatus”, otro de los pequeños habitantes típicos de los ambientes con pajonales en todas las áreas de los Humedales de Monkul.

    Humedales de Monkul

    • Country: 
      Chile
    • Designation date: 
      22-05-2020
    • Site number: 
      2423
    • Published since: 
      3 year(s)
    1,380 ha

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