Take the binoculars and be passionate about the exciting world of birds: observe them, photograph them, be surprised and enjoy their habits, shapes and sounds.

More than 300 species of birds can be observed in the Region of Valencia throughout the year. Flamingos, stilts, avocets, different kinds of seagulls or seabirds such as the shag, the Balearic shearwater, Bonelli's eagles, the solitary roquero or the black wheatear have their natural habitat in this land.

The Region of Valencia has a wide variety of species to see throughout the year and in different close habitats where you can observe them: wetlands, rocky areas, lagoons, rivers, cliffs, steppes ... Also, the geographical situation favours birdwatching all year round along the eastern European-African migration route.

An extensive network of protected natural spaces, with specific infrastructure for a comfortable and proper observation that offers routes guided by enthusiastic specialists and activities related to the world of ornithology. These excursions are all happening more and more frequently in the Natural Parks of the Region of Valencia, are you in?

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Located to the southwest of the province of Castellón, in the last foothills of the Iberian System, is Sierra de Espadán Natural Park, the second largest protected natural area of ​​the Region of Valencia.
With an area of ​​more than 350 hectares, the Clot de Galvany stands as one of the natural parks the longest tradition in the Region of Valéncia. Ideal for visiting with your family or friends and enjoying watching wading birds such as the duck or the grey marbled teal.
Well, the Peñón de Ifach is in itself a great Natural Park characterised by a tremendous botanical and avian wealth.
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