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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of Akgol, the "bird paradise", which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of Akgol, the "bird paradise", which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of Akgol, the "bird paradise", which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of Akgol, the "bird paradise", which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of Akgol, the "bird paradise", which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of Akgol, the "bird paradise", which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of Akgol, the "bird paradise", which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of Akgol, the "bird paradise", which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of Akgol, the "bird paradise", which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of Akgol, the "bird paradise", which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of the "bird paradise", Akgol, which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of Akgol, the "bird paradise", which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of Akgol, the "bird paradise", which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of Akgol, the "bird paradise", which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of Akgol, the "bird paradise", which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of Akgol, the "bird paradise", which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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VAN, TURKEY - JUNE 7: A view of Akgol, in Ozalp district of Van province of Turkey on June 7, 2021. Due to the drying up of Akgol, the "bird paradise", which covers an area of 407 hectares in Ozalp district of Van, the bird species living in the region had to migrate to alternate lakes. Akgol which is fed by rain and snow waters was adversely affected by the drought that was effective this year. With the start of the migration season, the lake, which hosts thousands of birds of tens of species every year, has dried up due to global warming, lack of precipitation and rapid evaporation. Ozkan Bilgin / Anadolu Agency/ABACAPRESS.COM

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