Nature through woods and rivers of Extremadura
- Nature areas
The incomparable conditions around the weir known as El Azud de Badajoz have turned it into a home for endemic wildlife and many colonies of Spanish birds, whereby it has been declared a Special Protection Area for Birds.
The natural characteristics of the Borbollón reservoir have made it the habitat of a wealth of birds and a perfect birdwatching area.
Different towns, Cáceres
This reservoir has its own sailing club and is the home to many water birds
Santibañez el Alto to Moraleja road, Km 13 Santibañez el Alto, Cáceres
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Near the village of Cambrón is the gorge, a beautiful natural space.
This Special Protection Area for Birds is home to a large number of water birds, listed as a site of international importance, as well as a refuge for the anaecypris hispanica (jarabugo), an endangered species of fish.
Varias localidades, Badajoz
Este capricho geológico emerge de las aguas del embalse de La Serena. Su forma cónica es casi perfecta y las vistas desde su cima, espectaculares.
Cerro Masatrigo Esparragosa de Lares, Badajoz
Este lugar, declarado Parque Periurbano de Conservación y Ocio en 2021, destaca por su riqueza botánica.
Cerro Tomillar Riolobos, Cáceres
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.
Varias localidades, Cáceres
The wetlands comprising the Charca Dehesa Boyal Navalmoral Special Protection Area for Birds is home to many kinds of water birds, including the endangered Ferruginous Duck.
Navalmoral de la Mata, Cáceres