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Doñana Bird Fair April 2017

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« on: April 05, 2017, 09:14 AM »
THE DEHESA DE ABAJO NATURE RESERVE

The site chosen for the celebration of the Doñana International Birdfair is the Dehesa de Abajo Nature Reserve. Located within the municipality of La Puebla del Río, less than 30 minutes away from Seville, its visitors centre and installations provide everything necessary to guarantee a successful event. It is an extremely interesting area with amazing natural values associated to three very different ecosystems: the flooded marshland, the wild olive tree forest and the pine forest.

With its 700 hectares, Dehesa de Abajo is the home of Europe’s largest colony of white storks, which build their nests in the wild olive trees partly covering the area. Some of the most representative bird species in Doñana can be found in the lagoon, called Cañada de la Rianzuela:flamingos, marbled teals, purple gallinules, white-headed ducks, coots and a large number of waterfowl, limicolae and ardeids.

Find out more information at the below links....

Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/Do%C3%B1ana-Birdfair-1554983134726461/

Web
http://www.donanabirdfair.es/en/


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