Mangroves de la Baie d’Ambaro covers over 54,000 hectares on the north-west coast. The Site is characterized by extensive mangrove stands where the forests meet the shoreline.
Kabartal Wetland and Asan Conservation Reserve are particularly important to the avian diversity of their States, with each hosting hundreds of bird species of which several are critically endangered.
On the occasion of the World Migratory Bird Day 2020, it is important to work with partners in the development and implementation of effective governance and management practices to ensure the conservation and wise use of wetlands to safeguard the survival of migratory birds.
Georgia has designated as Wetlands of International Importance two alpine lakes surrounded by marshes, boggy meadows and rivers on the Javakheti plateau. The two new “Ramsar Sites” are important for birds migrating on the African-Eurasian flyways.