The North Coast of Paraiba up, the top, the conservationist flag and sustainable development of its natural resources.
Translating in numbers, sixty-six kilometers of coast, that start on Lucena County, on the left bank of the Paraíba River, to the Guaju’s River Bar, on the border with Rio Grande do Norte, thirty-two kilometers are within environment protection areas.
The corridor of biodiversity extends itself as an ecological carpet, formed by the Mamanguape’s River APA, Jacaré de São Domingos indigenous land, Potiguara Indigenous Land, Uçá Crab Ecological Park, Private Reserve of the Cristal Global mining company, all of them open to public visitation, besides the Red River Woods Ecological Reserve, Guaribas Biological Reserve and the Redwood Ecological Station, restricted to researchers.
Different conservation units save legitimate nature’s patrimony that are disappearing in other parts of the country.
They are reminiscent areas of Atlantic Woods and associated ecosystems that thank the parsimony of the deforestation process and the presence of ecotourists that act as watchful supervisors of the environment.
Who celebrates, much more than the nature lovers, are the endangered species that benefit with this fender.
The greatest symbol of preservation is the manatee, that searches the recovery of its population in the spectacular Mamanguape’s River Bar, the main area of concentration of this species in the Brazillian Northeast, where it swims and breathes relived.