Check out the latest Ramsar Sites in India

  • On the occasion of World Wetland Day on February 2, India announced the addition of two new wetlands into the Ramsar sites convention

  • Two new Ramsar sites — Khijadiya wildlife sanctuary in Gujarat and Bakhira wildlife sanctuary in Uttar Pradesh —were announced in an event held at Sultanpur National Park

  • Further Officials said that the Aravalli Biodiversity Park, located at the Delhi-Gurgaon border, has been declared as India’s first other effective area-based conservation measures’ (OECM) site. The proposal to declare Aravalli Biodiversity Park as an OECM site was by the National Biodiversity Authority to IUCN in December 2020. The tag designates the area as a biodiversity hot spot on the global map

  • Further PM Modi took to social media and announced that India had now the highest number of Ramsar sites in South Asia


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