Estero Milagro

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Estero Milagro

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  • Area: 
    25,000 ha
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  • Coordinates: 
    23°33'S 57°22'W
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Estero Milagro. 07/06/95; San Pedro; 25,000 ha; 23°34'S 057°22'W. National Park. The area is characterized by natural grasslands, low forests, wooded savannas and gallery forest, swamps, small marshes, and a great diversity of plant species. The aggregation of lagoons and marshes on calcareous soils, with characteristic plants, are the only formations of this kind in the country. The site provides important aquatic habitat for migratory birds and other animals associated with aquatic environments, as well as habitat for the survival of several rare species and threatened species of plants. The area is used by the local population for agriculture, ranching, exploitation of forest resources, subsistence hunting, and fishing. Ramsar site no. 731. Most recent RIS information: 1995.

Administrative region: 
San Pedro

  • National legal designation: 
    • national park
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Ramsar Information Sheet (RIS)