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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Morocco designates two new Ramsar Sites | Ramsar

Contacts News Events Press Jobs. In its northern part are more than permanent water pockets.

Wetlands and forests WWD Ramsar Sites Management Toolkit. Wetlands, biodiversity and climate change WWD The peri-urban location of the Site, gamsar the associated drainage, backfilling and urbanization, and urban and agricultural pollution, have caused long-term losses in its area.

No wetlands – no water! Wetlands for our Future: 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.

The Amroc and Ecological Interest Site Khnifiss, located on the Atlantic coast in the southwest of Morocco, between the towns of Tan Tan and Tarfaya, was designated a national park in on an area of Sebkhat Imlili Site no. Morocco Go to the Ramsar documents.


Ifrane National Park | Clearing House Mechanism on Biodiversity of Morocco

Site of Biological and Ecological Interest. It covers the western portion of the Central Middle Atlas, the provinces and territories of Ifrane Boulmane.

The lagoon is also a stopover site for many migratory birds of the Western Palearctic.

Wetlands and tourism WWD Halophytic plants at the dry edge of a lagoon – when wet these plants would be in or even submerged by water. Wetland world – A world to discover!

Private / public partnership at Ramsar site in Morocco

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. Convention and rqmsar mission. Wetlands for our Future WWD In addition, the rapid pace of the development of the town in the past few decades has seen considerable urban encroachment on the edge of the system, and much increased pressure from city dwellers on the resources as a place for peace and relaxation – as well as, alas, thoughtless littering near the urban fringe.

To do this there is a proposal for a boulevard demarcating the edge of the town and the beginning of the lagoon system. Sometimes it is home to more than 20, waterbirds wintering period. Wildlife includes three globally important bird species: The first World Wetlands Day.


About 50 species of birds visit the site more or less regularly, especially migrants attracted by its greenery and water-related features. The International Organization Partners Partnerships with other Conventions Partnerships with the private sector Formal partnership convvention. This project, linking all levels of government with local people, supported by funding matoc the private sector, has a great chance of success, and is a model of how these activities should occur in future in many other locations.

Morocco designates two new Ramsar Sites

The presence of Cuvier’s Gazelle was also reported there. From the mountains to the sea — Wetlands at work for us WWD The park site is a real water tower.

Geomap du Parc National d’Ifrane. In Morocco, it is considered the forest area par excellence, marked by the presence of Atlas cedar, emblematic species of this protected area. Water for wetlands, wetlands ramsaf water WWD The first World Wetlands Day.

Through the diversity of its natural landscapes coast marine and coastal, lagoon, sebkhas, dunes, cliffs and plateaus, vegetation and Saharan steppes, the future park is predisposed to play an important role in the development of ecotourism activities in the region.