Cañón de las aves (Bird canyon)

After leaving Madagascar Territory we enter the Grand Cañón de las aves (Bird canyon). A leafy and beautiful walk leads to the Iberian Lynx Territory, a well-kept habitat dedicated to the study of these endangered felines. In addition, you can see images of the Iberian Lynx recovery program that the CSIC and the Ministry of Environment of the Andalusian Government maintain in the Doñana National Park (Huelva-Seville), where we can learn about the work and achievements obtained, whose sole mission is to prevent the disappearance of this endangered species.

Directly opposite the Lynx Territory is the Hanging Bridge, which is true to its name and offers an exclusive panoramic view of the surroundings, as well as being an adventure activity in its own right.

The walk continues to La Cascada de las Nutrias, the home of the short-nailed otters. This new concept of habitat installation allows us to see how this species behaves, both on land and in the water, thanks to the underwater vision it offers.

The Cañón de la Aves (Bird Canyon) has a balanced and very changeable ecosystem, so that both the ascent and descent we can see different behaviors of the species of birds from all corners of the planet that inhabit it.

The walk leads to the large natural aviary that gives its name to the Cañón de las Aves. This territory has a refreshing and pleasant walk, where you can observe birds such as trumpeter hornbills, sacred ibis, African tantaluses, pheasants or Abdim's storks, and how they live. IUCN Red List endangered species, such as the crowned crane, threatened by loss and degradation of wetlands across breeding areas related to drought in land use changes, drainage and overgrazing. 

Live an authentic safari!
Live an authentic safari!

Live an authentic safari!

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