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Mananara-North National Park lies 225 km north of Toamasina, situated in an area of coastal hills. The park includes a marine area. Shallow, clear, fast-flowing rivers flow through the area eastwards to the coast. The rivers have many sandbanks and a few islets. The park is covered in forest. On the sandy coastal plain, littoral forest is dominated by Terminalia, Calophyllum, Canarium, Heritiera and mangroves of Rhizophora and Avicennia. Inland, there is low-altitude, dense, humid evergreen forest with a canopy 30–35 m high, and emergents up to 40 m. Secondary grassland is found in some parts.
See Box and Tables 2 and 3 for key species. Eighty-two species are known from the site, of which 37 are endemic to Madagascar. Knowledge of the park’s avifauna is still scanty, as the results of recent inventories are not yet available.
Non-bird biodiversity: Lemurs: Allocebus trichotis (CR), Varecia variegata (EN), Indri indri (EN), Propithecus diadema diadema (EN), Daubentonia madagascariensis (EN). Carnivores: Galidictis fasciata (VU), Fossa fossana (VU), Salanoia concolor (VU), Eupleres goudotii (EN), Cryptoprocta ferox (VU).
BirdLife International (2019) Important Bird Areas factsheet: Mananara-North National Park. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 21/03/2019.