Announcing the first Star Wetland Centres!

Category: International news, Members, News, Ramsar

Published: November 9th, 2022

Star Award winners with plaques

Congratulations to the 23 WLI members who have today been announced as Star Wetland Centres! The Head of WLI, Chris Rostron, announced the winners at Ramsar COP14 in Geneva, Switzerland on 9 November 2022.

The 23 winners have shown excellence according to their means in wetland Communication, Education, Participation, and Awareness (CEPA). They each receive a plaque to display at their visitor centre, and the right to use the Star logo on their websites and other materials.


BirdLife South Africa Wakkerstroom Tourism and Education Centre.

Finima Nature Park.



Ducks Unlimited Canada, Wetland Discovery Centre, Oak Hammock Marsh.

Hilliardton Marsh Research and Education Center.

John Bunker Sands Wetland Center.

Kansas Wetlands Education Center.

Liceo Taller San Miguel.

The Pointe-a-Pierre Wildfowl Trust.

Bioparque Ukumarí.



Diyasaru Park.

Guandu Nature Park.

Upo Ecology Education Institute.

OCT Wetland.

Futian Mangrove Ecological Park.

Shanghai Chongming Dongtan National Nature Reserve.



Akrotiri Environmental Education Centre.

EVOA – Tagus Estuary Birdwatching and Conservation Area.

La Maison du Lac de Grand-Lieu.

WWT Welney Wetland centre.

Naturum Vattenriket.



Hunter Wetlands Centre Australia.

New Zealand National Wetland Centre.

Sydney Olympic Park Wetland Education Centre.

Find out more about the Star awards.

Leave a Comment