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Nijhum Dweep Wetland Centre

Nijhum Dweep Wetland Centre Management and funding The centre is managed by the Nature Conservation Committee (NCC) in association with the Bangladesh Wet;land Bureau (BWB), both being nongovernment organisations. The mission is to attain a sustainable coastal ecosystem management for the better life of coastal community. The

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Pallishree – CEAE

Pallishree – CEAE The centre comprises two RAMSAR sites – Chilika Lake, which is the second largest brackish water lagoon in Asia, and the mangrove forest at Bhitarkanika.

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Percut Mangrove Information Centre

Percut Mangrove Information Centre Management and funding The centre is manged by the non-government organisation (NGO) Yayasan Akasia Indonesia (YAI) and its volunteer groups. The mission of YAI Akasia Indonesia is to conserve natural resources through preserving species and ecosystem diversity and demonstrate that interaction between human

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Ramsar Regional Centre for Training and Research in Central and West Asia

Ramsar Regional Centre for Training and Research in Central and West Asia

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Ras Al Khor WildLife Sanctuary Visitor Centre (tentative name)

School Children at Ras al Khor

Ras Al Khor WildLife Sanctuary Visitor Centre (tentative name)  

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Salim Ali Nature Club

Salim Ali Nature Club Management and funding SACON in partnership with schools of the Singanallur and Sulur-Voluntary Activity by SACON as a part of its nature education programme (www.sacon.org) and www.wetlandsofindia.org Founded/opened The centre was opened with activities of students of these two schools three years ago.

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Salim Ali Visitor Centre

Salim Ali Visitor Centre This 29sq km reserve locally known as Ghana is a mosaic of dry grasslands, woodlands, woodland swamps, and wetlands. Keoladeo National Park as any other National park or sanctuary offers excellent opportunities for understanding nature.  

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Sandspit Wetland Centre

Sandspit Wetland Centre The Wetland Centre in Sandspit, Karachi was established in 1998, with the support of the Directorate General of International Support (DGIS), Government of the Netherlands and Karachi Port Trust (KPT).

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Sorae Ecology Park

Sorae Ecology Park

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SREE

SREE Management and funding One of the major objectives is to survey Rajasthan wetlands and to document wildlife and their habitat requirements, and to focus on the threats they face, especially anthropogenic. This is a non government organisation with villagers, students and wildlife enthusiasts as members. Our

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