Ramsar Web site index page banner photographs from the past

13/01/2004

The photo at the top of this page shows the "Lake Uvs and its surrounding wetlands" Ramsar site in Mongolia, 2004
(Ph
oto courtesy WWF International/Anton Vorauer). August 2005.

The photo at the top of this page shows the Gaulosen Nature Reserve (the estuary of river Gaula at Trondheim fjord) in Norway, part of the Trondheimfjord Ramsar site
(Photo: Tobias Salathé, 2005). June 2005.

The photo at the top of this page shows the Amphibious Bistort (Polygonum amphibium) in the Austrian Ramsar site Sablatnigmoor (Photo: Thomas Schneditz, 2004). May 2005.

The photo at the top of this page shows a gravel shoal on the river Tisza in Hungary
(Photo: Olajos Péter, 2004). February 2005.

The photo at the top of this page shows the Vallée de la Haute-Sûre Ramsar site along the Belgium-Luxembourg frontier near Romeldange
(Photo: Michel Fautsch). December 2004.

The photo at the top of this page shows the recently designated Ramsar Site "Reserva de la Biosfera Ría Celestún" by the Gulf of Mexico in the State of Yucatán
(Photo: Iván Darío Valencia, Ramsar). November 2004.

The photo at the top of this page shows the Grybaulia fishponds, Lithuania
(Photo by Tobias Salathé, April 2004).

The photo at the top of this page shows the Gandoca-Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge Ramsar Site, Costa Rica
(Photo by Julio Montes de Oca, UICN-ORMA, June 2004).

The photo at the top of this page shows the Gandoca-Manzanillo Wildlife Refuge Ramsar Site, Costa Rica
(Photo by Julio Montes de Oca, UICN-ORMA, April 2004).

The photo at the top of this page shows the flooded Dyje forest, Czech Republic
(Photo by Tobias Salathé, Ramsar, March 2004).

The photo at the top of this page shows fishermen in the Niger River in Mali, near Mopti
(Photo by Denis Landenbergue, WWF Living Waters Programme, March 2004).

The photo at the top of this page shows the Lake Butrint Ramsar and World Heritage Site, Albania
(Photo courtesy of the Lake Butrint national park). March 2004.

The photo at the top of this page shows the Lagune de Porto-Novo Ramsar Site, near Cotonou, Benin (Photo: Nassima Aghanim/ Ramsar).January 2004.

The photo at the top of this page shows a "gravel river", the Tagliamento in northern Italy (Photo: Arno Mohl/ WWF Austria). December 2003-January 2004.

The photo at the top of this page shows the restored Pupplinger Au floodplain forest in Germany (Photo: Tobias Salathé).November-December 2003.

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