West of il-Hagra s-Sewda to ix-Xaqqa Cliffs Important Bird Area

West of il-Hagra s-Sewda to ix-Xaqqa Cliffs Important Bird Area

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The West of il-Ħaġra s-Sewda to ix-Xaqqa Cliffs Important Bird Area comprises a 4 ha linear strip of cliffed coastline at Siġġiewi, on the southern coast of the main island of Malta, in the Maltese archipelago of the Mediterranean Sea. Its steep and rugged cliffs rise from sea level to a height of 68 m. It was identified as an Important Bird Area (IBA) by BirdLife International because it supports 500–1000 breeding pairs of Cory's shearwaters and 80–100 pairs of yelkouan shearwaters.

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