This post will be updated as the park receives more coverage.
National Geographic's Water Currents blog, which focuses on freshwater conservation issues, talked to Dr. Azzam Alwash, Nature Iraq's founder and President of our Board of Directors, about the park.
The Telegraph, a UK Newspaper, offers a lyrical ode to the reflooding of the marshes, with a particular focus on Dr. Alwash's work.
New Scientist, a science magazine, contrasted the serenity of the marshes with the turbulent security situation in Baghdad, and spoke to Mudhafar Salim, a Program Director at Nature Iraq.
Wanderlust, a British magazine, followed stories on the ecotourism potential of southern Iraq and on tourism in Kurdistan with a brief piece on the tourism potential of the park.
Arkive, a website devoted to species conservation, highlighted the conservation potential of the park, particularly in terms of wildlife.
Green Prophet, a website focused on environmental issues in the Middle East who have extensively covered Nature Iraq's work in the past, profiled the general restoration of the marshlands.
Environment News Service, a global newswire focused on environmental issues, has covered the marshes, and linked them to transboundary water issues.
Co.exist, a wide ranging blog covering numerous topics, focused on the internal challenges overcome in the creation of the park.
The International Union for Conservation of Nature, one of the largest international conservation organizations, gave a detailed description of the wildlife and the park's management plan.