Rudava River Valley

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Rudava River Valley

  • Country: 
    Slovakia
  • Site number: 
    931
  • Area: 
    560 ha
  • Designation date: 
    17-02-1998
  • Coordinates: 
    48°32'N 17°13'E
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Overview

Rudava River Valley. 17/02/98; Malacky; 560 ha; 48°31'N 017°09'E. The site contains the most valuable middle part of the Rudava River floodplain. It has a well-developed complex of wetlands including the river and its tributaries, oxbow lakes, sandbanks, peat bogs, fens, reedbeds, flooded forest, swamps, wet meadows, and pastures. It is considered to be one of the best-preserved small lowland river ecosystems in Slovakia. An important area for fish (30 species), amphibians (13 species), reptiles (5 species), and birds (48 species with 13 on the Red List). Main human activities include forestry, fishing, agriculture, hunting, and recreation. Ramsar site no. 931. Most recent RIS information: 1996.

Administrative region: 
Malacky

  • National legal designation: 
    • none
  • Last publication date: 
    17-02-1998

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