Nghia Hung This is an IBA in Danger! 

Country/territory: Vietnam

IBA criteria met: A1, A4i, A4iii (2002)
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Area: 7,600 ha

BirdLife International in Vietnam
IBA conservation status
Year of assessment (most recent) Threat (pressure) Condition (state) Action (response)
2016 very high very unfavourable negligible
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Site description (baseline)
The Nghia Hung district has 12 km of coastline and is bordered to the west and east by the Day and Ninh Co Rivers. There are three coastal communes in the district; Ngia Trung, Nam Dien and Nghia Phuc.

Key biodiversity
During April 1994, it was estimated that more than 30,000 shorebirds were in Nghia Hung district. A high tide roost of shorebirds has been located on the southernmost offshore island: three high-tide counts were made on the island and a maximum of 1774 shorebirds were recorded during May 1996.

Non-bird biodiversity: Can also be classified as A4i for containing 2.1% of the world population of Tringa erythropus.

Recommended citation
BirdLife International (2023) Important Bird Area factsheet: Nghia Hung. Downloaded from on 30/05/2023.