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‘Wasit Wetland Centre in Sharjah Joins International Conservation Network’

by Dubaiforum

The Environment and Protected Areas Authority in Sharjah (EPAA) has demonstrated its strong commitment to wildlife preservation and biodiversity by welcoming the Wasit Wetland Centre into the prestigious Wetlands International network. This decision highlights Sharjah’s dedication to environmental conservation and stewardship. With a membership of 350 organizations across six continents, Wetlands International is a significant global player in wetland conservation efforts.

The recognition from the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands solidifies the role of the network as a crucial platform for educational programs and collaborative projects among wetland-focused institutions worldwide. Through the Wetlands CEPA program, members can develop communication strategies, engage in educational outreach, share knowledge, and access essential conservation resources.

The integration of the Wasit Wetland Centre into Wetlands International aligns perfectly with Sharjah’s comprehensive environmental strategy, which prioritizes the preservation and enhancement of wetland ecosystems throughout the emirate. These areas are not only popular tourist destinations but also vital for boosting the region’s ecological resilience and sustainability.

Under the careful management of the EPAA, Sharjah’s wetland reserves and centers provide a safe haven for a diverse range of flora, fauna, and avian species, many of which are endangered. The EPAA’s steadfast commitment ensures these habitats receive the necessary protection and support to thrive.

The Wasit Wetland Centre stands out as a beacon of environmental education, offering visitors valuable insights into coastal bird species and their habitats. Through immersive experiences in expansive aviaries and bird-watching stations, guests can intimately connect with the region’s avian residents.

Hosting over 60 species of resident and migratory birds, the center serves as a unique platform for bird enthusiasts and conservation advocates to observe and study these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat. Additionally, the center conducts a variety of educational programs and activities aimed at raising awareness about the importance of coastal birds and the conservation challenges they face.

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