Nature, People and Conservation highlights
in February
In February, we celebrate the wetlands, particularly in the mangroves of Ambaro Bay which are officially Madagascar's 21st Ramsar site. And the good news continues with the discovery of Brookesia nana, which is probably the world's smallest reptile, in the northern forests of the Big Island. Read in this newsletter other news about our Practices and Landscapes.
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Highlights in February :
Honor to the wetlands !
Mangroves of Ambaro Bay, the 21st Ramsar site of Madagascar

La mangrove ou l'or vert de la région diana (Text in French): Now included in the list of wetlands of international importance, its mangroves cover some 54,000 Ha ...

The mangroves of Ambaro bay: are officially  a Malagasy Ramsar site. Download HERE the poster to learn more.

TV Reporting on Ambaro Bay : in the editorial magazine of the Malagasy national television (TVM), program "Nosy Maitso".
From our landscapes and practices
On our social media
This February, wetlands such as mangroves were in the spotlight. Our campaign reached 76,940 people on social medi and our publications obtained 4,835 engagements.
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