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Charca Dehesa Boyal Navalmoral Special Protection Area (SPA) for Birds

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.

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Navalmoral de la Mata , Cáceres (Extremadura)

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  • 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, in the province of Cáceres, is the geographic setting for the Charca Dehesa Boyal Navalmoral Special Protection Area for Birds. These wetlands provide ideal habitat and breeding grounds for a wide variety of water birds, of international importance according to the criteria of the Ramsar Convention on Wetlands, due to the inland waters. They are also home to reptiles such as the Spanish pond turtle (Mauremys leprosa) as well as birds, such as the endangered Ferruginous Duck (Aythya nyroca).

    Spring and winter are the best times of year to enjoy the full wealth of these unique wetlands. The Charca Dehesa Boyal Navalmoral Special Protection Area for Birds provides a wintering area for many species of birds.

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