Ispani Mire

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Ispani Mire

  • Country: 
    Georgia
  • Site number: 
    894
  • Area: 
    770 ha
  • Designation date: 
    07-02-1997
  • Coordinates: 
    41°52'N 41°50'E
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Overview

Ispani Mire. 07/02/97; Adjara; 770 ha; 41°52'N 041°50'E. Nature Reserve. Quaking bogs, distinguished by a unique floral composition including elements of boreal and high alpine communities. The site includes peat bogs, swamps, fens and forested peatlands set on a coastal alluvial plain. Vegetation consists of grass-Sphagnum bogs and swampy alder forests. Various species of migratory waterbirds occur in internationally important numbers, and the nesting Pandoin haliaetas are supported. Artifacts of the Bronze and Antique periods are found at the site. Human activities include small-scale cattle grazing, mowing, forestry, and peat extraction. Boundaries extended in 2007. Ramsar site no. 894. Most recent RIS information: 2007.

Administrative region: 
Adjara

  • National legal designation: 
    • State Nature Reserve
    • Managed Reserve
  • Last publication date: 
    01-01-2007

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