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Grassroots campaign saves major wetland in Montenegro
by Mark Hillsdon
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1 November 2019
On 1 November 2019 Mongabay reported:
Campaigners have saved the Ulcinj Salina in Montenegro from development after an 18-year campaign. Covering 15 square kilometers (6 square miles), the salina is part of the Bojana-Buna estuary and one of the most important wetland areas in the Balkans. Thousands of birds rest here each year in the spring and autumn. Its significance to migratory birds is often compared to that of Heathrow Airport for humans, with nine times more birds passing through the salina than passengers through one of the world's busiest airports.
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