- Country:Costa Rica
- Site number:610
- Area:500 ha
- Designation date:09-06-1993
- Coordinates:10°19'N 85°49'W
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Tamarindo. 09/06/93; Guanacaste; 500 ha; 10°19'N 085°50'W. National Wildlife Refuge. A coastal area under tidal influence with permanent saline wetlands subject to seasonal flooding. About 80% of the area is mangrove forest, 75% of which are the red mangrove. Provides habitat for large numbers of waterbirds; reptiles include iguana and two species of crocodiles. Main land uses consist of traditional and recreational fishing, ranching, agriculture and commerce. Ramsar site no. 610. Most recent RIS information: 1993.
- National legal designation:
- national wildlife refuge
- Last publication date:09-06-1993
Ramsar Information Sheet (RIS)
Additional reports and documents
- Taxonomic lists of plant and animal species occurring in the site