Secoveljske soline

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Secoveljske soline

  • Country: 
    Slovenia
  • Site number: 
    586
  • Area: 
    650 ha
  • Designation date: 
    28-10-1992
  • Coordinates: 
    45°29'N 13°36'E
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Overview

Secoveljske soline (Secovlje salt pans). 03/02/93 650 ha; 45°29'N 013°36'E. Landscape Park; Nature Reserve. An area of tidal mudflats, salt pans, and saltmarsh supporting reedbeds and salt-resistant vegetation at the mouth of a canalized river. The site is important for various species of breeding, wintering and large numbers of staging waterbirds. Numerous nationally rare invertebrates and halophytic plants occur within the site, and the area is important for conservation education, outdoor recreation, and scientific research. Salt pans have been operated in the delta for hundreds of years and 40% of the site consists of operational salt pans. Ramsar site no. 586. Most recent RIS information: 1993.

Administrative region: 
Slovenian Littoral

  • National legal designation: 
    • Landscape Park
    • Nature Reserves
  • Last publication date: 
    03-02-1993

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