Madagascar wetland birds

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This 2918 video is called Feeding endangered Madagascar ducklings (HD).

From BirdLife:

Conservation, community benefits and a new Ramsar site: Ten years of conservation in western Madagascar.

Mon, July 30, 2012

Conservation, community benefits and a new Ramsar site: Ten years of conservation in western Madagascar.

Madagascar has recently designated Lake Kinkony as a Ramsar Site (Wetland of International Importance). Lake Kinkony is a permanent freshwater lake situated within the new Protected Area of the Mahavavy-Kinkony Complex, in western Madagascar, where BirdLife Partner, Asity Madagascar has been undertaking important conservation work for the last ten years. Ramsar designation for the site is a highly significant achievement in terms of international recognition of the ecological, economic, cultural, scientific and recreational importance of the lake and the wetlands.

The Mahavavy-Kinkony Complex consists of marshes, rivers, lakes, coastal zones, mangroves, palm savannah, dry forests and even caves. The siteā€¦

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