Flamingos have returned to their favorite habitat in the Vain lagoon of Lezha. The news is announced by the National Agency of Protected Areas, which through a video gives the images of hundreds of flamingos who have returned for the second time in Vain lagoon.
"Let us enjoy through these sights of today in Vain lagoon, where hundreds of flamingos have returned to their natural habitat'", it is said in the announcement.
Kune-Vain Lagoon is about 8 kilometers away from the city of Lezha and very close to that of Shengjin. The lagoon includes marine, lagoon, wetland, forests, shrubs and meadows, which intertwine beautifully with each other.
The lagoon is distinguished for the great diversity of the living world about 227 species of plants, 17 species of mollusks, 10 species of amphibians, 24 species of reptiles, some species of fish such as mullet, sea bass, eel. Particularly rich is the world of birds (196 migratory and permanent species), described as "Mediterranean ornithology", 23 species of mammals: rabbit, fox, wolf, wild boar, etc. Even the flamingos enriched it with the water show.
Kune-Vaini Lagoon in Tale of Lezha is the first protected area in the country, declared as such almost 8 decades ago.