Oyambre Nature Park

Oyambre Nature Park
 

Overview
The Oyambre Nature Park covers an area of 196ha. With the Picos de Europa mountains as a backdrop, the reserve includes a strip of the western coast of Cantabria, between the Rabia and San Vicente de la Barquera estuaries. Its landscapes are varied and include estuaries, dunes, beaches, cliffs, as well as hills and valleys.

Animals/Birds
Some of the birds that can be found here are shags, peregrine falcons and various species of seagulls. The estuary and the marshes are also an important stopping ground for migrating birds arriving from the European continent.

Plants
Eucalyptus, pine and American oak are just some of the trees found in the Oyambre Nature Park.

 

 
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