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5 more Indian wetlands added to Ramsar list

Updated On Jan 31, 2024 12:58 PM IST
  • Five more Indian wetlands have been added to the global list of wetlands of international importance under the Ramsar Convention.
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Of the five wetlands added to the Ramsar list, Magadi Kere Conservation Reserve, Ankasamudra Bird Conservation Reserve, and Aghanashini Estuary are in Karnataka and Karaivetti Bird Sanctuary and Longwood Shola Reserve Forest are in Tamil Nadu.(Representative Photo (Unsplash)) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Jan 31, 2024 12:58 PM IST

Of the five wetlands added to the Ramsar list, Magadi Kere Conservation Reserve, Ankasamudra Bird Conservation Reserve, and Aghanashini Estuary are in Karnataka and Karaivetti Bird Sanctuary and Longwood Shola Reserve Forest are in Tamil Nadu.(Representative Photo (Unsplash))

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Magadi Kere Conservation Reserve: Nestled in Karnataka, India, the Magadi Kere Conservation Reserve is a haven for nature enthusiasts. This protected area is renowned for its diverse birdlife and lush biodiversity. Its serene landscapes and tranquil ambiance make it a perfect retreat for those seeking to connect with nature. (Representative Image (Unsplash)) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Jan 31, 2024 12:58 PM IST

Magadi Kere Conservation Reserve: Nestled in Karnataka, India, the Magadi Kere Conservation Reserve is a haven for nature enthusiasts. This protected area is renowned for its diverse birdlife and lush biodiversity. Its serene landscapes and tranquil ambiance make it a perfect retreat for those seeking to connect with nature. (Representative Image (Unsplash))

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Ankasamudra Bird Conservation Reserve: The Ankasamudra Bird Conservation Reserve is a sanctuary located in Karnataka, India, revered for its role in safeguarding avian species. This reserve is celebrated for its commitment to preserving the natural habitat of numerous bird species, offering a sanctuary where these winged creatures can thrive undisturbed. (Representative Image (Unsplash)) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Jan 31, 2024 12:58 PM IST

Ankasamudra Bird Conservation Reserve: The Ankasamudra Bird Conservation Reserve is a sanctuary located in Karnataka, India, revered for its role in safeguarding avian species. This reserve is celebrated for its commitment to preserving the natural habitat of numerous bird species, offering a sanctuary where these winged creatures can thrive undisturbed. (Representative Image (Unsplash))

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Aghanashini Estuary: The Aghanashini Estuary is a coastal treasure nestled in Karnataka, India, where the Aghanashini River meets the Arabian Sea. This estuarine ecosystem is renowned for its rich biodiversity, serving as a vital habitat for various species of flora and fauna. Its pristine waters and mangrove forests create a unique environment that supports a wide array of marine life.   (Representative Image (Unsplash)) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
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Aghanashini Estuary: The Aghanashini Estuary is a coastal treasure nestled in Karnataka, India, where the Aghanashini River meets the Arabian Sea. This estuarine ecosystem is renowned for its rich biodiversity, serving as a vital habitat for various species of flora and fauna. Its pristine waters and mangrove forests create a unique environment that supports a wide array of marine life.   (Representative Image (Unsplash))

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Karaivetti Bird Sanctuary: The Karaivetti Bird Sanctuary is a haven for avian enthusiasts located in Tamil Nadu, India. This sanctuary is renowned for its diverse birdlife, drawing birdwatchers and nature lovers alike.  (Representative Image (Unsplash)) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Jan 31, 2024 12:58 PM IST

Karaivetti Bird Sanctuary: The Karaivetti Bird Sanctuary is a haven for avian enthusiasts located in Tamil Nadu, India. This sanctuary is renowned for its diverse birdlife, drawing birdwatchers and nature lovers alike.  (Representative Image (Unsplash))

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Longwood Shola Reserve Forest: The Longwood Shola Reserve Forest is a pristine natural sanctuary nestled in the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve of Tamil Nadu, India. This ancient forest is famed for its unique shola-grassland ecosystem, characterized by undulating hills, dense shola forests, and lush grasslands. (Representative Image (Unsplash)) expand-icon View Photos in a new improved layout
Updated on Jan 31, 2024 12:58 PM IST

Longwood Shola Reserve Forest: The Longwood Shola Reserve Forest is a pristine natural sanctuary nestled in the Nilgiri Biosphere Reserve of Tamil Nadu, India. This ancient forest is famed for its unique shola-grassland ecosystem, characterized by undulating hills, dense shola forests, and lush grasslands. (Representative Image (Unsplash))

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