The protagonists of Maristanis project

The lagoons of the province of Oristano are a heritage of biodiversity: elective sites for many species of birds and other animals, as well as plant species. A speciality certified by the fact that in this territory have been established 6 Ramsar areas, now involved in the project MARISTANIS.
Currently the Ramsar sites in the province of Oristano are also included in the Natura 2000 Network, both as Sites of Community Interest (SCI) under the Habitats Directive (Dir. 92/43/EC), and as Special Protection Areas (SPAs), created as a result of the Birds Directive (Dir. 2009/147/EC).
Both the Ramsar sites and the surrounding areas, including the Sinis Peninsula, currently form the IBA (Important Bird Area) 218 "Sinis and Oristano wetlands".Amedeo Fadda's report, naturalist, for MEDSEA


Interview with the mayor of Cabras Andrea Abis on the protection of wetlands
Interview with Carla del Vais, Associate Professor of Phoenician-Punic Archeology at the Department of History, Cultural Heritage and Territory of the University of Cagliari.
Intervista a Stefania Desogus, Presidente dell'Associazione 3DNA
For MEDSEA the comedian Massimiliano Medda launches a message in view of the World Wetlands Day, scheduled for February 2: "We protect the wetlands of Sardinia otherwise flamingos and swamphens said they leave".