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  1. 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 Noddy Anous stolidus 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
    Brown Boobys Sula leucogaster on 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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    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
    Seabirds on telecommunications mast, Sombrero Island - 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
    Bridled Tern Sterna anaethetus,  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 (Overseas territories)
    • Designation date: 
      22-05-2018
    • Site number: 
      2354
    • Published since: 
      0 year(s)
    1,051 ha
  2. BAS members planting endemic trees at SLBW
    The edge of SLBW pond after clearing invasive plants
    Mangrove islet, pond edge and the sea beyond at Somerset Long Bay West
    Newly planted endemic trees along the edge of Somerset Long Bay Pond

    Somerset Long Bay Pond

    • Country: 
      United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Overseas territories)
    • Designation date: 
      11-05-1999
    • Site number: 
      985
    • Published since: 
      0 year(s)
    1 ha
  3. Qualifying bird species Gentoo Penguin Pygoscelis papua
    Qualifying bird species Kelp Goose Chloephaga hybrida malvinarum
    Qualifying bird species Magellanic Penguin Spheniscus magellanicus
    Qualifying bird species Southern Giant Petrel Macronectes giganteus
    Qualifying bird species Southern Rockhopper Penguin Eudyptes chrysocome
    Qualifying bird species Striated Caracara Phlacoboenus australis
    Qualifying bird species the endemic Cobb's Wren Troglodytes cobbi
    Qualifying bird species the endemic Falkland Steamer Duck Tachyeres brachydactyla
    Qualifying bird species Tussac Bird (Blackish Cinclodes) Cinclodes antarcticus antarcticus
    Qualifying mammal species South American Sea Lion Otaria flavescens
    Qualifying mammal species Southern Elephant Seal Mirounga leonina 2
    Qualifying mammal species Southern Elephant Seal Mirounga leonina with Tussac Grass (Poa flabellata) stands in the background
    Wetland type D - intertidal rocky shore
    Wetland Type D and E - intertidal rocky shore and pebble shore
    Wetland Type E - sand dunes and sandy shores
    Wetland Type E - sandy shores
    Wetland Type E - sea birds cliffs with nesting Southern Rockhopper Penguins Eudyptes chrysocome
    Wetland Type J - coastal brackish lagoon with bathing Gentoo Penguins Pygoscelis papua bathing
    Wetland Type J - coastal brackish lagoon with Silvery Grebe Podiceps occipitalis and California club-rush Schoenoplectus californicus
    Wetland Type U - peatland with mature Tussac Grass Poa flabellata
    Wetland Types Tp and E - freshwater marsh and sand dunes

    Sea Lion Island

    • Country: 
      United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Overseas territories)
    • Designation date: 
      24-09-2001
    • Site number: 
      1104
    • Published since: 
      0 year(s)
    1,655 ha
  4. Reed field by Utonai-ko
    Snowshoe hiking at World Wetlands Day
    Utonai-ko
    Winter at Utonai-ko
    Greater White-fronted Goose flying over Utonai-ko

    Utonai-ko

    • Country: 
      Japan
    • Designation date: 
      12-12-1991
    • Site number: 
      539
    • Published since: 
      0 year(s)
    510 ha
  5. Dead mangroves and eroding rocky shore at Hungry Bay
    Red mangrove trees along a tidal channel, Hungry Bay Mangrove Swamp

    Hungry Bay Mangrove Swamp

    • Country: 
      United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Overseas territories)
    • Designation date: 
      11-05-1999
    • Site number: 
      987
    • Published since: 
      0 year(s)
    3 ha
  6. Spike rushes, ferns and Bermuda Palmettos in the interior of Paget Marsh
    The Paget Marsh boardwalk entering the mangroves
    Endemic Bermuda Palmettos, ferns and invasive Marlberry, Paget Marsh

    Paget Marsh

    • Country: 
      United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Overseas territories)
    • Designation date: 
      11-05-1999
    • Site number: 
      990
    • Published since: 
      0 year(s)
    12 ha
  7. Looking west over Spittal Pond
    Looking south across Spittal Pond to the sea

    Spittal Pond

    • Country: 
      United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Overseas territories)
    • Designation date: 
      11-05-1999
    • Site number: 
      984
    • Published since: 
      0 year(s)
    10 ha
  8. Swans and ducks in Sakata
    Swans flying over Sakata

    Sakata

    • Country: 
      Japan
    • Designation date: 
      28-03-1996
    • Site number: 
      820
    • Published since: 
      0 year(s)
    76 ha
  9. Panoramic view from the south-eastern end of Warwick Pond, Bermuda

    Warwick Pond

    • Country: 
      United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (Overseas territories)
    • Designation date: 
      11-05-1999
    • Site number: 
      986
    • Published since: 
      0 year(s)
    4 ha
  10. Blue Lake, Moreton Bay Ramsar Site
    North Stradbroke Island, Moreton Bay Ramsar Site
    Cooloola Sedgefrog (Litoria cooloolensis), Moreton Bay Ramsar Site
    North Stradbroke Island, Moreton Bay Ramsar Site
    North Stradbroke Island, Moreton Bay Ramsar Site
    North Stradbroke Island, Moreton Bay Ramsar Site

    Moreton Bay

    • Country: 
      Australia
    • Designation date: 
      22-10-1993
    • Site number: 
      631
    • Published since: 
      0 year(s)
    120,639 ha

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