Filled with water after the late spring downpours, Agh-Gol wetland on the border of Iran’s Hamadan and Markazi provinces is hosting flamingos that preferred this western Iranian habitat to Lake Urmia and Bakhtegan lake for incubation.

Agh-Gol had been drained for years because of its water share being cut by Markazi province authorities, and there was no life in it. Now the wetland is full of water and has turned into the habitat of many migratory birds.

What follows are ISNA’s photos of Agh-Gol wetland and its beautiful birds these days:

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