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Mozambique establishes the Quirimbas National Park

 

Establishment of the 7500 km2 Quirimbas National Park in Mozambique's northern-most Cabo Delgado province, close to the border with Tanzania, represents a globally significant conservation achievement. This new park is a conservation jewel, boasting an exciting mosaic of wildlife, and helping protect one of the richest areas in coral reef in the world as well as many other important features, including mangroves, coastal forest and woodland, turtles, dugongs and elephants.

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Field visit report to Quirimbas National Park, Mozambique


Between November 9th - 12th Nike Doggart of the Tanzania Forest Conservation Group (TFCG) and Neil Burgess from WWF-US travelled to Mozambique. The trip had been organised at the request of the WWF representative for the park, Peter Bechtek. 

He had requested advice as to whether the vegetation in the park could be classified as 'coastal forest'.

Download report (11 pages for download, 582kb).

 

Field visit to Mareja, Mozambique by The University of Oxford, 2008

 

Between November 9th - 12th Nike Doggart of the Tanzania Forest Conservation Group (TFCG) and Neil Burgess from WWF-US travelled to Mozambique. The trip had been organised at the request of the WWF representative for the park, Peter Bechtek. 

He had requested advice as to whether the vegetation in the park could be classified as 'coastal forest'.

(11 pages for download, 582kb).

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