Naardermeer is a marshland region of 1,080 hectares in the centre of the Netherlands. The region derives its greatest value from the fact that various rare breeding birds and migrating birds that can be found there as well as the rich variety of types of vegetation which are characteristic of a marshland area that is fed with seepage. Naardermeer forms part of the Vechtplassen region, which consists of various lakes and marshes for which it functions as a core zone. The nature reserve is bounded in the West, North and East by motorways, railways and cities. Cooperation with the authorities and other institutions is well developed to guarantee and to improve the quality of the area.
|Experts reports following||PE-S-DE(2004)5
|2013 annual report||06/11/2013|
|2014 annual report||03/11/2014|
|2015 annual report||21/10/2015|
|2016 annual report||09/11/2016|
|2017 annual report||05/12/2017|
|2018 annual report||04/12/2018|