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  1. Selva Baja Inundable
    Vista aérea de islas de Selva Baja inundable en temporada de secas, indispensables para los ciclos reproductivos de diferentes especies de fauna silvestre
    Arroyo hediondo es la única conexión por donde ingresa la marea y ingresan los manatís al complejo de pantanos
    Arroyo hediondo es la única conexión por donde ingresa la marea y ingresan los manatís al complejo de pantanos
    Visión parcial de una parvada de más de 11,000 pichichis (Dendrocygna autumnalis) observada en enero de 2005 descansando en los humedales de la Popotera durante su migración.
    La Tortuga Pinta (Trachemys venusta) es la especie que permanece mayor tiempo asoleándose sobre los pantanos y puede observarse fácilmente.
    La Tortuga Blanca (Dermatemys mawi) es la especie de tortuga dulceacuícola en mayor peligro de extinción en México, y estos humedales representan uno de sus últimos refugios en el estado de Veracruz.

    Humedales de la Laguna La Popotera

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      14 year(s)
    1,975 ha
  2. Laguna Hanson
    Laguna chica en temporada de sequía.
    Laguna Hanson en temporadas de sequía.
    Garza de dedos dorados (Ardea alba), alimentándose en laguna Hanson
    Gallaretas (Fulica americana).Estas fueron observadas alimentándose y son parte de
grupo de aves migratorias
    Laguna Hanson (Personal de la CONANP realizando el monitoreo de aves)
    Grupo de Anátidos descanso en la Laguna Hanson
    Pareja de Patos Mexicano (Anas platyrhynchos), descansando en la Laguna Hanson.

    Laguna Hanson, Parque Nacional Constitución de 1857

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      9 year(s)
    511 ha
  3. American Flamingos (Phoenicopterus ruber) congregating in shallow areas of the lagoon in Ría Celestún, one of their main resting and feeding habitats in the Yucatan Peninsula. Boats approach the flamingos to a certain extent in order not to scare them away.
    A colony of Magnificent frigatebirds Fregata magnificens on the red mangrove forests (Rhizophora mangle).
    Inside the Red Mangrove Forests. The lagoon itself acquires the red colors given by the mangrove tannins.
    An island of high rise forests (Peten) amidst the mangrove, due to the presence of a freshwater spring typically called "ojo de agua".
    The light show in the ruins of Uxmal, where Mayan legends were narrated praying for rain.

    Reserva de la Biosfera Ría Celestún

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      15 year(s)
    81,482.3 ha



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