Stagno di S'Ena Arrubia
- Site number:132
- Area:223 ha
- Designation date:14-12-1976
- Coordinates:39°49'N 08°33'E
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Stagno di S'Ena Arrubia. 14/12/76; Sardegna; 223 ha; 39°50'N 008°34'E. Special Protection Area EC Directive; Wildlife Sanctuary. A freshwater lagoon, representing the last remnant of a once extensive complex of marshes and lagoons, converted to agriculture in the 1930s. The site is fed with runoff from irrigated agricultural land and is connected with the sea via a channel and sluice gate. The vegetation consists of submergent species, extensive fringing reedbeds and salt-tolerant plants. The area is important for the breeding, staging and wintering of several species of waterbirds. The lagoon supports a commercial fishery, although runoff is enriched by agricultural chemicals. Ramsar site no. 132.
- National legal designation:
- wildlife sanctuary
- Regional (international) legal designations:
- EU Natura 2000
- Last publication date:01-01-1999