Ornithological tourism in Cadiz can be an interesting experience for all those who love animals and nature. It can also be the perfect opportunity to enter this world for those who don’t know so much about birds.
This tourism consists in the sighting of birds of many type. They reach 100 different species, some of them quite interesting, such as the ibis emerita or the Bonelli’s eagle.
The province of Cadiz can be divided into seven zones of sighting: these are Doñana, the Bay of Cadiz, La Campiña, Los Alcornocales, La Janda, Campo de Gibraltar and Sierra de Grazalema. In addition, it has the largest number of Protected Natural Spaces and is one of the most habitats in Europe: coast, forests, cliffs, mountains and almost all declared Special Protection Area for Birds (ZEPA).
These birds are seen mostly thanks to the migration they make from the European continent to the African continent and vice versa, so the province of Cadiz is one of the best points in Spain for this practise.
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