Water is synonymous with life. The wetlands of the interior of the peninsula contain an important quantity and diversity of species linked to the aquatic environment. Whether at feeding time, reproducing or sheltering from the cold winter days, these enclaves are one of the main attractions for the observation of many species of birds.
Of all of them, the anatidae are one of the most striking bird families, due to the intense shades of the plumage of the males.
On this route, we will be able to observe the contingents of these birds, mostly Central-European that overwinter in the humid areas of the province of Salamanca. European porrones, Mallards, Common Teals, Mallards, European Whistles and Spoons, Tufted Ducks and even some Pintail will be the protagonists of the activity.
In addition we can find species as beautiful as the Great Crested Grebe, the Little Grebe, the Kingfisher, the Common Snipe or the elegant Great Egret among others.
Duration of the activity: 4 hours
Persons: Minimum 2. The available places will be completed with other reservations.
Total seats available: 6
Price: € 26/ person.
Member Conservation Entity: 5% discount. (Must be accredited by submitting the membership number)
Young (10-18 years old): 5% discount. (You must be accompanied by your legal guardian during the activity)
Group (3 people): 5% discount. Exclusive guide service: € 120, without car sharing with other reservations
Available time: November to March.
Includes: Transportation in vehicle with capacity for 6 clients, use of nature guides, insurance and taxes, information dossier of the activity, guide service, use of optical material (binoculars for each person) and telescope.
If you have any questions about the activity, you can contact us.
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