|IBA conservation status|
|Year of assessment (most recent)||State (condition)||Pressure (threat)||Response (action)|
|2016||not assessed||very high||low|
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Site description (2000 baseline)
A large delta that protrudes into the Mediterranean Sea forming a complex of shallow brackish lagoons, saltmarshes, salt-lakes and sand beaches with dunes. The site includes approximately 1,500 ha of rice cultivation. Human activities include hunting, fishing, reed-harvesting, arable cultivation and livestock-farming.
One of the most important sites in the Mediterranean for breeding, passage and wintering waterbirds27,000 pairs of breeding waterbird occur in the summer and up to 180,000 waterbirds winter at the site. The site holds more than 60% of the world population of Larus audouinii.
BirdLife International (2023) Important Bird Area factsheet: Ebro delta. Downloaded from http://datazone.birdlife.org/site/factsheet/ebro-delta-iba-spain on 28/11/2023.