A squacco heron (Ardeola ralloides) is pictured in Ammiq Wetland, in Lebanon's eastern Bekaa valley, Lebanon April 14, 2020. REUTERS/Ali Hashisho


For decades, many wetlands in the Mediterranean have been degraded or destroyed, so action is urgently needed to restore them. With the aim of identifying wetlands that are being restored or that need to be restored in the Mediterranean countries, WWF Spain, in collaboration with Tour du Valat, MedWet, MedSea and the PIM Initiative, and in the framework of a project funded by the MAVA Foundation, conducted an online survey in DecemberOn the occasion of the World Wetlands Day 2021 we are re-launching the survey in order to reach a larger audience.
We invite you to complete the online survey and also to circulate it through your contacts and social networks, encouraging them to participate in order to obtain the maximum number of responses. You will find the questionnaire here:
We anticipate that the questionnaire will take only five minutes of your time and we would appreciate it if you can complete it by 15th March 2021.

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