Mouth of the Oued Tamri – Ramsar classified site
Trip from Agadir: 1 hour / 55 km (car)
You will find good places around the mouth of Oued Tamri for bird watching. North of the mouth, there is an area of cliffs and dunes that will allow you to do some seawatch sessions and see colonies of Bald Ibis which use the cliffs as a nesting area.
It is a sensitive area for this species, so you have to respect and observe from a certain distance. The amount of birds you will be able to see depends on the season. At the mouth, you will observe Audouin’s Gulls and Traveling Terns passing not far from the edge.
The oued attracts many birds: ducks, spoonbills, herons, shorebirds …
How to get there:
From Agadir, take the northern coastal road to the point (30.709794, -9.858728) and radiate around the mouth of the oued.
The objective of the Ramsar Convention (Iran), ratified in 1971, is to stop the tendency towards the disappearance of wetlands and to promote their conservation, as well as that of their flora and fauna (water birds) and to promote their rational use.
The wetlands concerned must be of international importance from an ecological, botanical, zoological, limnological (continental water) or hydrological point of view.