In Ukraine, 11 new wetlands have been recognized as Ramsar Sites. 10 of them are located in the Carpathian region.
Thus, the status of wetlands of international importance in Ukraine has a total of 50 sites with a total area of about 800,000 hectares. They are mainly located in the Black Sea and Polissia regions of the country. In the Carpathians, only Synevyr Lake had this status until now.
Of the 11 wetland sites of international importance, 10 are located in the Carpathian or Carpathian Mountains. In particular, it is part of the valley of the Dnister River, and the Burshtyn Reservoir, the Nassian Horse Marsh (one of the largest swamps of the mountain ridge, with virtually no signs of human impact), the Black Swamp Swamp, the sources of the Prut River and Pogorelets, Ozirny Chrebenets (Ozirny Chrebenets). , The Narcissus Valley, the Romania-Druzhba Cave, and the Atak-Borzhavsky floodplain on the Borzhava River.