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RAMSAR WETLAND SITES IN INDIA


Published on: 11/30/2020 4:21:03 AM

A Ramsar site is a wetland site designated to be of international importance under the Ramsar Convention. It stands for "Convention on Wetlands of International Importance Especially as Waterfowl Habitat". List of Ramsar sites in India of international importance are given below:

Ramsar Site Name

Location

Designated

Ashtamudi Wetland

Kerala

19 August 2002

Beas Conservation Reserve

Punjab
 

26 September 2019

Bhitarkanika Mangroves

Odisha
 

19 August 2002

Bhoj Wetland

Madhya Pradesh
 

19 August 2002

Chandra Taal

Himachal Pradesh
 

8 November 2005

Chilika Lake

Odisha

1 October 1981

Deepor Beel

Assam

19 August 2002

East Kolkata Wetlands

West Bengal

19 August 2002

Harike Wetland

Punjab

23 March 1990

Hokera Wetland

Jammu and Kashmir

8 November 2005

Kanjli Wetland

Punjab

22 January 2002

Keoladeo National Park

Rajasthan

1 October 1981

Keshopur-Miani Community Reserve

Punjab

26 September 2019

Kolleru Lake

Andhra Pradesh

19 August 2002

Loktak Lake

Manipur

23 March 1990

Nalsarovar Bird Sanctuary

Gujarat

24 September 2012

Nandur Madhameshwar

Maharashtra

21 June 2019

Nangal Wildlife Sanctuary

Punjab

26 September 2019

Nawabganj Bird Sanctuary

Uttar Pradesh

19 September 2019

Parvati Aranga Bird Sanctuary

Uttar Pradesh

2 December 2019

Point Calimere Wildlife and Bird Sanctuary

Tamil Nadu

19 August 2002

Pong Dam Lake

Himachal Pradesh

19 August 2002

Renuka Lake

Himachal Pradesh

8 November 2005

Ropar Wetland

Punjab

22 January 2002

Rudrasagar Lake

Tripura

8 November 2005

Saman Bird Sanctuary

Uttar Pradesh

2 December 2019

Samaspur Bird Sanctuary

Uttar Pradesh

3 October 2019

Sambhar Lake

Rajasthan

23 March 1990

Sandi Bird Sanctuary

Uttar Pradesh

26 September 2019

Sarsai Nawar Jheel

Uttar Pradesh

19 September 2019

Sasthamkotta Lake

Kerala

19 August 2002

Sundarban Wetland

West Bengal

1 February 2019

Surinsar-Mansar Lakes

Jammu and Kashmir

8 November 2005

Tsomoriri

Ladakh

19 August 2002

Upper Ganga River (Brijghat to Narora Stretch)

Uttar Pradesh

8 November 2005

Vembanad-Kol Wetland

Kerala

19 August 2002

Wular Lake

Jammu and Kashmir

23 March 1990

Asan Barrage

Uttarakhand

21 July 2020

Kanwar Taal or Kabar Taal Lake

Bihar, Begusarai

21 July 2020

 

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