The activity focuses on the southern part: The ‘Ullals de Baltasar’, some freshwater upwellings; Lagoons of the ‘Encanyissada’ and the ‘Tancada’, with some of their observations points; La Pantena, a fixed fishing gear in the lagoon; The 'Embut' filter, where the freshwaters are cleaned; The old salt flats of ‘Sant Antoni’; The ‘Trabucador’, the 6 km sand isthmus that connects us with the ‘Punta de la Banya’.
All through a complicated network of roads, channels and drains, to discover, observe and photograph some of the more than 300 species of birds that live or visit, throughout the year, the Ebro Delta.
max. 7 people
binoculars, spotting scope
cameras reflex and telephoto lens
birds and delta
water, hydroalcoholic hand gel
Depending on the time of year, we will be able to see seasonal birds, those that are passing through during their migration or those that come to spend the winter or those that come to breed in spring, and those that are all year round. Herons, flamingos, ibis, mallards, grebe, purple gallinule, coots, stilt, Audouin's gull, sea gull, lapwing ... The great variety of birds that can be seen in the delta is one of its main attractions, but it is not the only one to discover. As we zigzag through the maze of paths in search of birds, we will discover these places that go unnoticed by the sporadic visitor: ‘coheteras’, drains, pumping stations, natural filters, fishing gear and the different environments that we will go through: rice paddies, wetlands, brackish, sandy areas.
You cannot stop discovering this unique territory.
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