In Madagascar’s capital, pollution threatens an oasis for birds
Tsarasaotra Park, located in the center of Antananarivo, is one of the few remaining refuges for the waterbirds of Madagascar’s highlands. - The park is the first private site to be classified as a wetland of international importance by the Ramsar Convention. - The fast pace of urbanization in the capital is degrading the park’s biodiversity and putting the birds at risk.
by Valisoa Rasolofomboahangy on 2 July 2020
|Keywords||Ramsar site, Park, waterbirds, Ramsar convention, Urbanization, Objectifs d'Aichi N°8|