Nomadic birds in danger after spate of wildfires in key wetland

 作者:蒙堀     |      日期:2019-03-07 08:14:01
Bjanka Kadic/Alamy Stock Photo By Maria Bolevich A protected wetland that is home to hundreds of threatened species, some of them unique, has caught fire for the ninth time since 2011. A new assessment says the entire wetland will be lost by 2050 unless better care is taken. The Hutovo Blato wetland spans 7411 hectares in south-west Bosnia and Herzegovina. It is fed by underground aquifers linked to the Krupa river, a tributary of the Neretva. More than 150 bird species spend the winter there: