Discover with Naturhistoria the main ornithological species that inhabit the surroundings of Madrid and what are the ecosystems that allow their survival. Through these routes we will be more aware of the importance of acquiring customs that help preserve them.
- The wetlands of the Regional Park of the Southeast : the waters of the Jarama and Manzanares rivers offer the perfect shelter to different species of ducks and variants of the ardeidas. It is also an ideal point for observation due to the accessibility of the land.
- The San Juan Swamp : due to its proximity to the Cabreras, we are in the breeding place of the griffon vulture. Next to him, eagles and kites live together. It is a protected area under the name ZEPA, where the survival, among other species, of the black stork is sought.
Thanks to our knowledge, in all these outings we can explain what are the plant species that make up the ecosystem and the relationship they have with the native fauna.