Basses Vallees Angevines
- Site number:715
- Area:6,450 ha
- Designation date:19-01-1995
- Coordinates:47°34'N 00°28'E
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Basses Vallées Angevines. 01/02/95; Pays de la Loire; 6,450 ha; 47°34'N 000°28'W. Hunting Reserve. Vast alluvial plain encompassing the confluence of four rivers and supporting grasslands dominated by various communities of wet-meadow plants and sparse rows of ash and willow. The site supports various threatened, endemic or rare plants. The wetland is a stopover point of international importance for several Anatidae species and wading birds on the spring migration from their wintering grounds to their breeding grounds in northern and northeastern Europe, and it provides internationally important wintering and nesting habitat for several species of waterbirds. Human activities include agriculture, forestry, boating, fishing and bird hunting. Ramsar site no. 715. Most recent RIS information: 1994.
Pays de la Loire
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- Last publication date:19-01-1995
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