<![CDATA[BirdLife case study of the day]]> en 27th Dec 2014 27th Dec 2014 <![CDATA[BirdLife case study of the day - IBAs with wetlands are particularly threatened]]> The most frequently recorded habitat types present in IBAs in Danger are inland wetlands, followed by forests and grasslands. Moreover, half of the IBAs in Danger (181 sites) hold significant congregations of migratory waterbirds. Just over half of the IBAs in Danger overlap with protected areas, including no fewer than 64 Ramsar Sites, 12 Biosphere Reserves and eight World Heritage Sites.