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Nature of Nador city Morocco

The salt tidal pond off and toward the east of the city draw in untamed life, particularly transitory feathered creatures. The secured wetlands at Oued Moulouya and Kariat Arekman by the Moulouya River mouth are home to more noteworthy pink flamingos, extraordinary peaked grebes, avocets, dark winged stilts, coots, dunlins, oystercatchers, Audouin’s gulls, dim herons, little egrets, spotted redshanks, dark followed godwits, regular redshanks, kingfishers, dark terns, and various different types of terns and gulls. As well similar to a place of refuge for fowls, this region is often visited by local people due to its characteristic environment.[citation needed] There are significant freshwater and saline destinations covering enormous regions of ensured sand ridges, bog and swampland. Creepy crawlies incorporate damselflies, Caelifera, and various others. The greenery incorporates marram grass, juniper, Cistus, and the sky is the limit from there.

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