|Most recent IBA monitoring assessment|
|Year of assessment||Threat score (pressure)||Condition score (state)||Action score (response)|
|2014||very high||not assessed||negligible|
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This site is a seasonal wetland, with patches of water that remain throughout the year in scattered depressions.
Additional Important Bird Observations: During the surveys a total of 26 bird species was recorded. In addition to those listed in the table, Eastern Imperial Eagle Aquila heliaca and Greater Spotted Eagle A. clanga (both Vulnerable) were seen frequently. Hunters report “large numbers” of Spotted Sandgrouse Pterocles senegallus. Nine Sahara-Sindian Desert biome-restricted species but these did not trigger inclusion under criterion A3. Other Important Fauna: According to the frequent reports of locals and hunters, mammals include Honey Badger Mellivora capensis and Grey Wolf Canis lupus, plus wld cats and foxes (species unknown). Goitered Gazelle Gazella subgutturosa (sub-species not known) used to occur in the eastern hilly parts of this area and a few were killed in the eastern and northern parts of this site close to the border. Some reptiles were seen but not identified.
BirdLife International (2020) Important Bird Areas factsheet: Teab Seasonal Wetlands. Downloaded from http://www.birdlife.org on 15/07/2020.