16 oct. Nationale de Conservation des Zones humides (SNZH) du Maroc .. Outre la Convention de Ramsar, à laquelle le Maroc a adhéré en Il est composé d’une partie marine, la lagune de Khenifiss, zone humide d’ importance internationale inscrite sur la liste de la Convention de Ramsar depuis . Texte de la convention · Que doit on faire à l’échelle nationale? Décisions zone humide classée site Ramsar, un lieu d’escale important dans leur migration.

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River basins and their management WWD Wetlands for a sustainable urban cnvention WWD Morocco Go to the Ramsar documents. Convention and its mission. River basins and their management WWD The park site is a real water tower. At the dawn of the 20th century, the town of Essaouira on the central Morocco coast was situated on a small promontory, with a large open lagoon in the hinterland.

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The Ifrane National Park contains a large animal wealth: The International Organization Partners Partnerships with other Conventions Partnerships with the private sector Formal maric agreements. Tamarix, acacia and eucalyptus trees also attract breeders.

It covers the western portion of the Central Middle Atlas, the provinces and territories of Ifrane Boulmane. Wetlands and agriculture WWD About 50 species of birds visit the site more or less regularly, especially migrants attracted by its greenery and water-related features. Similarly, snow and winter sports equipment Michlifen are additional assets attracting many tourists in winter. This pathway will have a series of about small interpretation centres along the way, highlighting the dune systems, lagoons, historic city and general landscape.


Almost dry lagoon in the reserve. There’s wealth in wetland diversity – don’t lose it! Livelihoods at risk WWD Wetlands and water management WWD There’s wealth in wetland diversity – don’t lose it! No wetlands – no water!

Wetlands and tourism WWD The terrestrial part of Khenifiss includes several sebkhas offering a remarkable landscape and a typically Saharan vegetation. Ramsar Sites Management Toolkit.

Water for wetlands, wetlands for water WWD The first World Convenrion Day. Water for wetlands, wetlands for water WWD Carte de zonage du Parc National d’Ifrane.

During the visit they met with the Governor of Essaouira as well as representatives from national, provincial and local government, and in the presence of the Conseilleur to the King of Morocco, to discuss the progress of the project.

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In Morocco, it is considered the forest area par excellence, marked by the presence of Atlas cedar, emblematic species of this protected area.

Private / public partnership at Ramsar site in Morocco

ramaar The International Organization Partners Partnerships with other Conventions Partnerships with the private sector Formal partnership agreements. Permanent natural lakes and Dayet Aoua Aguelmam Afennourir, springs, rivers, constitute its major landscape armsar. Wetlands and agriculture WWD Wetlands and agriculture WWD At the park’s cultural heritage blends with the natural heritage, which gives the site great ecotourism potential.


The first World Wetlands Day. Wetlands for a sustainable urban future WWD Contacts News Events Press Jobs.

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The peri-urban location of the Site, and the associated drainage, backfilling and urbanization, and urban and agricultural pollution, have caused long-term losses in its area. Livelihoods at risk WWD It provides nesting, staging and wintering habitat for about 60 species of waterbird, whose numbers may exceed 20, during wintering and passage periods.

The cultural wealth of the territory, many of them centuries old, testify to the conservation ramsa ancient local traditions and heritage covention of the local population attached to their nature and their culture.

From the mountains to the sea — Wetlands at work for us WWD Among the birds are several rare species including the endangered white-headed duck Oxyura leucocephalathe vulnerable marbled teal Marmaronetta angustirostris and the near-threatened ferruginous duck Aythya nyrocablack-tailed godwit Limosa limosa and Eurasian curlew Numenius arquata.

The estuary of the Dr’a River, which convejtion situated on the northern limit of the Sahara and runs among bushy dunes until it reaches the sea through a gorge.