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A Day in Doñana: A Guide to Popular Parts of Doñana National Park, Spain With Some Digressions in Natural History

Wildlife Guide

By: Martin Jacoby

161 pages, Col photos, illus

Martin Jacoby

Spiralbound | Dec 1999 [2003 reprint] | #184564 | ISBN: 8460700372
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About this book

Donana is a vast wilderness of dunes, pine forests and marshes at the mouth of the Guadalquivir in south-western Spain - the largest conservation area in Europe.

Iberian Lynx, Spanish Imperial Eagle, Wild Boar and thousands of water birds breed in the safety of Donana's wild space.

A Day in Donana describes the principal places to visit around El Rocio and the national park visitor centre at Acebuche. It takes you through the interior of the park, pointing out and explaining interesting birds, mammals, plants and landscape features.

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