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  1. Les affleurements rocheux des rapides du Cong
o-djoué
    Les affleurements rocheux des rapides du Cong
o-djoué
    Cascades des rapides du Congo-Djoué
    Ile du diable
    Actophilornis africana
    Ardea purpurea
    Laccosperma secundiflurum

    Les Rapides du Congo-Djoué

    • Country: 
      Congo
    • Designation date: 
      03-04-2009
    • Site number: 
      1857
    • Published since: 
      12 year(s)
    2,500 ha
  2. Ouled Said
    Ouled Said

    Oasis de Ouled Saïd

    • Country: 
      Algeria
    • Designation date: 
      02-02-2001
    • Site number: 
      1060
    • Published since: 
      3 year(s)
    25,400 ha
  3. pêche d'anguille au lac Tonga
    Aulnaie du Tonga
    Lac Tonga

    Réserve Intégrale du Lac Tonga

    • Country: 
      Algeria
    • Designation date: 
      11-04-1983
    • Site number: 
      281
    • Published since: 
      3 year(s)
    2,700 ha
  4. X
    X

    Tana River Delta Ramsar Site

    • Country: 
      Kenya
    • Designation date: 
      09-07-2012
    • Site number: 
      2082
    • Published since: 
      9 year(s)
    163,600 ha
  5. The new sewage settling ponds in the dunes to the east of Walvis Bay (not part of the Ramsar site).
    Counting birds at the new sewage settling ponds.
    Flamingos and other waders at the new sewage settling ponds with the town of Walvis Bay in the background.
    Flamingos and waders in the Walvis Bay lagoon.
    The Walvis Bay salt works are within the Ramsar site.
     "Bird Paradise" sewage settling ponds (not part of the Ramsar site).  These have since been drained because of an alleged mosquito problem.
    View across the Walvis Bay lagoon, looking west.

    Walvis Bay

    • Country: 
      Namibia
    • Designation date: 
      23-08-1995
    • Site number: 
      742
    • Published since: 
      26 year(s)
    12,600 ha
  6. site fetzara
    site fetzara
    site fetzara
    site fetzara

    Lac Fetzara

    • Country: 
      Algeria
    • Designation date: 
      04-06-2003
    • Site number: 
      1299
    • Published since: 
      3 year(s)
    12,000 ha
  7. Forêt à mangrove
    Banc de sable marin
    Rivage  de sable fin
    Lagune de Yombo
    Forêt à raphiales
    Fleuve Kouilou
    Forêt à mangrove

    Bas-Kouilou-Yombo

    • Country: 
      Congo
    • Designation date: 
      25-09-2017
    • Site number: 
      2325
    • Published since: 
      3 year(s)
    55,124 ha
  8. Photo 9 : Gros plan sur la richesse culturelle des communautés riveraines du site
    Photo 5 : Périmètre maraîcher aux abords de la mare aux crocodiles sacrés
    Photo 6 : îlots de végétation arborée dans le site Ramsar
    Photo 7 : Confection de briques pour la construction des habitations aux abords de la principale mare
    Photo 8 : Puits pastoral pérenne du fait de la recharge de la nappe phréatique par la zone humide dans le village de Nogodoum
    Photo 1 : Troupeau de boeufs venant s'abreuver dans une des mare satellite  du site
    Photo 2 : Monture des communautés riveraines du site et source attraction des touristes étrangers
    Photo 3 : îlot de végétation clairsemée dans le site Ramsar
    Photo 4 : Le gestionnaire du site présentant les moyens de locomotion des habitants du village de Nogodoum situé au coeur du site pendant l'hivernage
    Photo 8 : Groupe de crocodiles du Nil dans la mare du village de Nogodoum

    Cône d'épandage de Banh

    • Country: 
      Burkina Faso
    • Designation date: 
      07-10-2009
    • Site number: 
      1877
    • Published since: 
      4 year(s)
    10,003 ha
  9. Rondevlei (looking southwards over the vlei towards Muizenberg Peak and Cape Point)
    Oblique view of the False Bay Nature Reserve looking north-westwards towards the city. The Strandfontein Birding Area is in the foreground, Zeekoevlei in the middle right and Rondevlei, middle left.
    Rondevlei (looking westwards from Zeekoevlei towards Muizenberg Peak and Silvermine)
    Strandfontein Birding Area (looking southwards from Zeekoevlei towards Cape Point).  The construction of the new FBNR headquarters node (now completed)  is visible in the foreground of the photo.
    Zeekoevlei (looking northwards across the vlei from Strandfontein Birding Area towards Devil’s Peak)
    Hippos in Rondevlei
    Various pictures at Strandfontein Birding Area
    Management Activities in the False Bay Nature Reserve
    Newly completed infrastructure on Zeekoevlei Eastern Shore, including braai areas (top left), ablution  facilities (top right) and a landscaped central picnic area (bottom).
    False Bay Nature Reserve Headquarters Complex (left), showing community use of the multi-purpose hall and associated courtyard (top centre and right) and Architect’s impression of the now completed Complex (bottom right).
    Top Left: Boat trip on Rondevlei; Top Right and Bottom Left: Bird hides at Rondevlei; Bottom Right: Picnic Area at Rondevlei; Centre: Erica Verticillata (Cape Flats Erica) classified as  ‘Extinct in the Wild’, and now growing at  Rondevlei
    Environmental Education activities taking place within the FBNR
    Top Left: Start of the 2014 ‘Birdathon’ Fun Family Walk on Zeekoevlei’s Eastern Shore 
Top Right: The ‘Birdathon’ Festival at the central picnic area of Zeekoevlei’s Eastern Shore
Bottom Left: Participants at one on the Quiz stations on the 2014 Fun Walk; 
Bottom Right: Eagle Encounters’ education d
    Friends and Neighbour Initiative, the ‘Other side of the Fence’ at Village Heights informal settlement on the western boundary of the FBNR.  The  FBNR boundary  and interface zone between the settlement and the reserve can be seen in the photo on the bottom right, with the other photographs showing
    National Department of Tourism funded EPWP project on Zeekoevlei’s eastern shore

    False Bay Nature Reserve

    • Country: 
      South Africa
    • Designation date: 
      02-02-2015
    • Site number: 
      2219
    • Published since: 
      6 year(s)
    1,542 ha
  10. Littoral Aftissate-Boujdour: falaise surplombant directement les eaux océaniques
    Littoral Aftissate-Boujdour: diversité des habitats et valeur paysagère (vue vers le Nord)
    Littoral Aftissate-Boujdour: diversité des habitats et valeur paysagère (vue vers le Nord)
    Valeur culturelle du littoral d'Aftissate: tumulus sur le plateau littoral
    Valeur culturelle du littoral d'Aftissate: amas coquillier préhistorique sur le plateau littoral

    Côte Aftissate-Boujdour

    • Country: 
      Morocco
    • Designation date: 
      16-04-2019
    • Site number: 
      2377
    • Published since: 
      2 year(s)
    11,700 ha

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