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Integrated Flow Assessment for the Kafue Flats Zambia: Phase 1 BIRDS

The Kafue Flats in Southern Zambia is among the most important areas in sub-Saharan Africa for the conservation of aquatic and terrestrial birds, including residents, inter-African migrants, and Palearctic migrants, with more than 470 species recorded.

The Kafue Flats in Southern Zambia is among the most important areas in sub-Saharan Africa for the conservation of aquatic and terrestrial birds, including residents, inter-African migrants, and Palearctic migrants, with more than 470 species recorded.
 
The Kafue Flats is designated a Wetland of International Importance for the Conservation of Waterbirds under the Ramsar Convention, and an Important Bird Area under Birdlife International, due to the high biodiversity of waterbirds, including many rare, threatened, and endemic species.
 
This report is the first phase of an integrated flow assessment for the Kafue Flats of Zambia with a main focus on birds.

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Integrated Flow Assessment for the Kafue Flats Zambia: Phase 1 BIRDS