The international wetland of Dargah Sangi in West Azarbaijan, north-western Iran, is going through a lively season full of water.

Dargah Sangi is one of the seven wetlands of Sulduz plain in the south-western part of Lake Urmia.

The wetland was on the verge of extinction, but it was revived thanks to the abundant rainfalls of the past two years, as well as the release of the water accumulated behind the region’s dams.

Now birds such as coots, black winged stilts, ducks and terns have returned to the area, bringing back a freshness which was missing for a long time.

What follows are Mizan News Agency’s photos of Dargah Sangi wetland in north-western Iran:


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