16 oct. Nationale de Conservation des Zones humides (SNZH) du Maroc .. Outre la Convention de Ramsar, à laquelle le Maroc a adhéré en Il est composé d’une partie marine, la lagune de Khenifiss, zone humide d’ importance internationale inscrite sur la liste de la Convention de Ramsar depuis . Texte de la convention · Que doit on faire à l’échelle nationale? Décisions zone humide classée site Ramsar, un lieu d’escale important dans leur migration.
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Private / public partnership at Ramsar site in Morocco
Merja de Fouwarate Ramsar Site no. It provides nesting, staging and wintering habitat for about 60 species of waterbird, whose numbers may exceed 20, during wintering and passage periods.
Tamarix, acacia and eucalyptus trees also attract breeders. Among the birds are several rare species including the endangered white-headed duck Oxyura leucocephalathe vulnerable marbled teal Marmaronetta angustirostris and the near-threatened ferruginous duck Aythya nyrocablack-tailed godwit Limosa limosa and Eurasian curlew Numenius arquata.
The peri-urban location of the Site, and the associated drainage, backfilling and urbanization, and urban and agricultural pollution, have caused long-term losses in convfntion area. Sebkhat Imlili Site no.
The sebkha salt flat is in an area of limited and irregular rainfall over ten kilometres from the Atlantic Ocean. In its northern part are more than permanent water pockets.
The water is salty or hypersaline, but the pockets are home to aquatic flora and fauna with origins in marine, stagnant freshwater and flowing freshwater environments.
Notably, these include a locally convehtion fish of the Cichlidae family, which is related to the Guinean tilapia Coptedon guineensisand some rare plant species. About 50 species of birds visit the site more or less regularly, especially migrants attracted by its greenery and water-related features.
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