A natural depression that was converted into a wetland and waterfowl refuge in the 1700s, the national park has established itself as one of the most famous bird sanctuaries in the world. The result of a ten year study this book describes the characteristics of the ecosystem, its biological diversity, prevailing threats to the park, and management options.
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