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Charca De Arce De Abajo Special Protection Area (SPA) for Birds

The Charca de Arce de Abajo Special Protection Area for Birds, in the province of Cáceres, is a paradise for bird watchers, where you can see many local species such as the endangered black stork.

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  • The Charca de Arce de Abajo Special Protection Area for Birds, in the province of Cáceres, is a paradise for bird watchers, where you can see many local species such as the endangered black stork.

    Located in Brozas, in the province of Cáceres, the Charca de Arce de Abajo Special Protection Area for Birds is an area of wetlands that attracts a large number of water birds. It is considered an area of international importance and a Site of Regional Importance.

    In this age-old water hole, you can have unrestricted access to a wealth of birdlife, most notably the endangered black stork, which has found an ideal habitat in these seasonal Mediterranean ponds.

    It is also home to various species of reptiles, such as the Mediterranean pond terrapin. These wetlands can be visited throughout the year and boast a huge variety of wildlife combined with spectacular scenery.

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