Course on Natural Values of Malaga Province

After fantastic talks about geomorphology, plants, invertebrates, birds, amphibia, reptiles, sealife and Mammals of Malaga province, we have had a great day out today to watch and enjoy such an amazing natural wealth.

Photo: Spotted Crake (Porzana porzana)

Have a look at many more pictures below!

The well-known ornithologist and Biology professor at the University of Malaga Antonio Román Muñoz has led a very interesting outing around the Fuente de Piedra Lake, Laguna Dulce and El Chorro. José Manuel Moreno and Francisco Diaz, who have helped us interpret butterflies, dragonflies and mammals, have also been part of the group.

And we have spotted the first Lesser Flamingos and Gull-billed Tern of the season.

I acknowledge these naturalists’ effort to make nature closer to all the attendants to the course and UNED and Diputación de Málaga for its organization.

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