Nagura Ampar

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The area that includes the wetlands where the Nagura River flows into the sea and the nearby sandbars and tidal flats is called Ampar.
Various subtropical creatures live here, and you can see rare crabs and fish up close.
It is also one of the most popular destinations for wild birds, and you can observe Japanese crested eagles and red-throated kingfishers.
In 2005, it was registered under the Ramsar Convention, an international treaty for the conservation of wetlands.
It is a place where you can enjoy various activities such as nature observation, bird watching, clam digging, and fishing.

Area Remote Islands / Ishigaki City
カテゴリーCategory Seasides and BeachesLakes/Rivers and Falls
Postal Address Nagura, Ishigaki City, Okinawa Prefecture
TEL Ishigaki film Office 0980-83₋1306 
Parking Yes
Toilet No