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    Crymlyn Bog

    • Country: 
      United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    • Designation date: 
      08-06-1993
    • Site number: 
      608
    • Published since: 
      15 year(s)
    268 ha
  2. North, Middle & East Caicos Islands

    • Country: 
      United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    • Designation date: 
      27-06-1990
    • Site number: 
      493
    • Published since: 
      18 year(s)
    58,617 ha
  3. Ramsar logo

    The Dee Estuary

    • Country: 
      United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    • Designation date: 
      17-07-1985
    • Site number: 
      298
    • Published since: 
      8 year(s)
    14,303 ha
  4. View across Sombrero Island showing Old industrial workings associated with past phosphate mining, - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    Pools in craters caused by previous phosphate extraction, Sombrero Island - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    Brown Boobys Sula leucogaster on Sombrero Island - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    Probable Anguilla Anole Anolis gingivinus, Sombrero Island.  However DNA samples from Sombrero in the late 1990s showed Anoles on Sombrero to be quite different to those on Anguilla and St Martin: further samples might indicate endemism.
Note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    Masked Booby Sula dactylatra on Sombrero Island - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    Pair of Masked Boobys Sula dactylatra chick on Sombrero Island - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    Endemic Sombrero Island Ground Lizard Ameiva corvina, Sombrero Island - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    Endemic Sombrero Island Ground Lizard Ameiva corvina, Sombrero Island - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    Bridled Tern Sterna anaethetus,  Sombrero Island - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    Masked Booby Sula dactylatra chick on Sombrero Island - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    View across Sombrero Island showing old industrial workings associated with past phosphate mining, - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    Brown Noddy Anous stolidus on Sombrero Island - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    Bridled Tern Sterna anaethetus,  Sombrero Island - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    View across Sombrero Island showing vegetation on old industrial workings associated with past phosphate mining, - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    View across Sombrero Island showing vegetation on old industrial workings associated with past phosphate mining, - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    Old industrial equipment associated with past phosphate mining, note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    View across Sombrero Island showing vegetation on old industrial workings associated with past phosphate mining, - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    Seabirds on telecommunications mast, Sombrero Island - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    Sombrero Island - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    Old industrial workings associated with past phosphate mining, Sombrero Island - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    Brown Booby Sula leucogaster on Sombrero Island - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    View across old phosphate mining areas, Sombrero Island - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given
    Nest site of Brown Noddy Anous stolidus in shelter of rocks, Sombrero Island - note the date the photo was taken is unknown, not as given

    Sombrero Island Nature Reserve Marine Park

    • Country: 
      United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    • Designation date: 
      22-05-2018
    • Site number: 
      2354
    • Published since: 
      1 year(s)
    1,051 ha
  5. Ramsar logo

    Akrotiri

    • Country: 
      United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
    • Designation date: 
      20-03-2003
    • Site number: 
      1375
    • Published since: 
      16 year(s)
    2,171 ha
  6. Raised Bog Rozhnianskoe
    Domzheritskoe Lake
    Berezina River
    Open transition mires are ideal displaying ground for Black grouse. Up to 30 males gather on the Postrezhskoe mire.
    The Reserve holds many natural small rivers, surrounded by swampy black alder forests.
    The left bank of the upper reaches of the Berezina River is occupied by a huge forest-swamp massif with a predominance of natural complexes undisturbed by man.
    Marsh marigold begins to blossom in early spring on the floodplain meadows of the Berezina River.
    The most typical plant of raised bogs is the Tussock cottongrass, whose seeds ripen in the end of May.
    During the spring flood period the Berezina River floods the whole floodplain and surrounding swampy forests; the flood reaches a width of 2-4 km.
    The Round-leaved sundew is a unique carnivorous plant, common in the Reserve’s mires.
    The Lesser spotted eagle is protected species of birds of prey, which is common in open biotopes in the Berezina floodplain.
    Black alder swampy forests in the southern part of the Reserve represent unique massif of untouched forests at an area of more than 15,000 ha.
    The Eurasian beaver is found throughout the whole territory of the Reserve, inhabiting both the Berezina River and its numerous tributaries.
    Berries of the Bog cranberry ripen on bogs in spring. It serves as a perfect food for many animal species.
    Floodplain meadows of the Berezina River are characterized by the exceptional variety of flora and fauna.

    Berezinsky Biosphere Reserve

    • Country: 
      Belarus
    • Designation date: 
      25-01-2010
    • Site number: 
      1927
    • Published since: 
      0 year(s)
    85,192 ha
  7. Morochno Ramsar Site
    Morochno Ramsar Site
    Morochno Ramsar Site
    Morochno Ramsar Site
    Morochno Ramsar Site
    Morochno Ramsar Site

    Morochno

    • Country: 
      Belarus
    • Designation date: 
      07-09-2012
    • Site number: 
      2139
    • Published since: 
      2 year(s)
    6,444 ha
  8. The waterlogged floodplain of the Buh River

    Polesye Valley of River Bug

    • Country: 
      Belarus
    • Designation date: 
      29-05-2014
    • Site number: 
      2252
    • Published since: 
      4 year(s)
    23,159 ha
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    Pripyatsky National Park

    • Country: 
      Belarus
    • Designation date: 
      29-03-2013
    • Site number: 
      2197
    • Published since: 
      6 year(s)
    88,553 ha
  10. Ramsar logo

    Duleby Islands-Zaozerye

    • Country: 
      Belarus
    • Designation date: 
      09-07-2012
    • Site number: 
      2138
    • Published since: 
      7 year(s)
    30,772 ha

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