WWF Global 200

The Global 200 is the list of ecoregions identified by WWF, the global conservation organization, as priorities for conservation.

Both Terrestrial and Freshwater ecoregions are covered.

Connected Sites

Site Rationale Link
Amami-Oshima Island The nominated property has been selected as Global 200 and Endemic Bird Areas (EBAs) as priority areas for conservation on a global scale. (Nomination text, p. 43)
Atlantic Forest South-East Serra do Mar coastal forests
Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Albertine Rift montane forests
Cerrado Protected Areas Cerrado
Colchic Rainforests and Wetlands This region is of recognized global conservation significance as a WWF Global 200 Ecoregion (PA0408 Caucasus mixed forests). (AB Ev)
Discovery Coast "It is one of the "Global 200" ecoregions and one of the "Focal 25" priorities of WWF" (AB ev)
El Pinacate NA1310 Sonoran desert
Everglades Everglades
Galapagos Islands Galápagos Islands xeric scrub
Great Barrier Reef Great Barrier Reef
Hyrcanian Forests PA0407 Caspian Hyrcanian mixed forests
Kilimanjaro National Park East African montane forests
Kinabalu Park Kinabalu montane alpine meadows
Landscapes of Dauria PA0804 Daurian forest steppe
Lord Howe Island AA0109 Lord Howe Island subtropical forests
Maloti Drakensberg AT1003 Drakensberg alti-montane grasslands and woodlands & AT1004 Drakensberg montane grasslands, woodlands and forests
Manu National Park Southwest Amazon moist forests
Mount Kenya East African montane forests
Ngorongoro East African montane forests
Pantanal Pantanal
Paraty and Ilha Grande Atlantic forests - NT0160 Serra do Mar coastal forests
Rainforests of the Atsinanana Madagascar subhumid forests
Rock Islands Palau Marine
Rwenzori Mountains Albertine Rift montane forests
Salonga National Park Central Congolian lowland forests
Simien National Park Ethiopian montane grasslands and woodlands
Sinharaja Forest Sri Lanka lowland rain forests
Socotra Archipelago Socotra Island xeric shrublands
Sundarbans National Park Sundarbans mangroves
Talamanca Range-La Amistad Reserves Talamancan montane forests
Te Wahipounamu Fiordland temperate forests
The Sundarbans Sundarbans mangroves
Vallée de Mai Granitic Seychelles
Virunga National Park Albertine Rift montane forests
Western Ghats Western Ghats Rivers and Streams (India); IM0150 South Western Ghats moist deciduous forests; IM0151 South Western Ghats montane rain forests


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