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Diplomats visit a key biodiversity site
by Thandiwe Chikomo
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26 April 2019
On 26 April 2019 BirdLife International reported:
Diplomats visiting the city of Dakar in Senegal were taken to a wetland reserve to learn about its importance to the area and to nature. Additionally, they learned about vulture conservation. The great Niaye of Pikine, commonly known as the Technopole, is an exceptional urban wetland located in the heart of Dakar. It is one of the five wetlands within the Niayes, an Important Bird Area, with lakes Tanma, Mbaouane, Retba, and Mbeubeusse.
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... On the 12th of April 2019, the BirdLife Sub Regional Office for West Africa in collaboration with Nature Communate Development (NCD) an NGO in Senegal facilitated a tour of Technopole IBA by the Ambassadors of The Netherlands, United Kingdom, Spain, Canada, and the European Union. The purpose of the tour was to highlight the importance of conserving the key site for migratory birds and biodiversity in the city of Dakar as well as to advocate for the conservation of vulture populations in Africa.
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