Lednické rybníky

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Lednické rybníky

  • Country: 
    Czech Republic
  • Site number: 
    497
  • Area: 
    650 ha
  • Designation date: 
    02-07-1990
  • Coordinates: 
    48°46'N 16°47'E
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Overview

Three separate wetlands located in the Dyje River floodplain, consisting of reedbeds, wet meadows, scrub and salt marsh. An important area for low numbers of various species of breeding, staging and wintering waterbirds. The site provides habitat for notable butterflies and nationally rare halophytic plants. The area is experiencing increasing recreation and tourism, and the ponds are subject to intensive fish production. Only the actual water bodies are protected and there are no buffer zones around them. Two research stations are available.

Administrative region: 
Breclav

  • Global international designation: 
    • World Heritage site
    • UNESCO Biosphere Reserve
  • National legal designation: 
    • national nature reserve
    • protected landscape
  • Last publication date: 
    01-06-1992

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