DOÑANA       Laura Ramos Castillo    Ana Del Águila Márquez                       4ºA
The natural park of Doñana is located in the community of Andalucía, betweenHuelva and Sevilla. The total surface of the p...
How is this park preserved?Doñana is a natural space where a lot of species in danger of extinction havefound a place wher...
Also tides are important in this kind of landscape, because they bring the sand tothe beach forming cliffs.Dunes and farmy...
The bank: it is the border between the reserves and the marshes, and between  the marshes and the dunes. It is a fringe be...
Past activities in Doñana:Hunting:In the past it was the main activity because there were lots of animals, like stags,fall...
Garden:Each family had a vegetable garden next to the house. With the vegetable gardenthey got all the food except oil. Th...
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  1. 1. DOÑANA Laura Ramos Castillo Ana Del Águila Márquez 4ºA
  2. 2. The natural park of Doñana is located in the community of Andalucía, betweenHuelva and Sevilla. The total surface of the park is 50.720 and the surface of thelimited zone is 13.540 ha.It has a very biological diversity and three big ecosystems: the marshes, themobiles dunes and the reserves.Doñana´s history begins in 2nd century bC., with the settlements that extendsduring the V century a.C. they devoted to the fishing and the salting and it wassituated in the area called Guadalquivir´s marshes nowadays.When the Arabs left Andalucía in the 12th century, Alfonso X the Wise beganwith the Christianization of the territory and the buildings of the first chapels.However, it is in the 15th century when the noble control, the first limits and theprohibition of the use which damage the hunting took place.After that, the duke of Medina-Sidonia built a palace for her wife, Ana Gómez deMendoza y Silva, in the middle of the wood. So now this territory was known asAna´s wood. Nowadays it is called Doñana.During the second period some uses are consolidated: the logging forest, themaintenance of the pasture, etc….Finally it became a national park.
  3. 3. How is this park preserved?Doñana is a natural space where a lot of species in danger of extinction havefound a place where they can live safely. Throwing paper on the ground isforbidden, and the hunting is not allowed in specific areas of the park.In the past many families lived in some huts but nowadays only two families liveBiocenosis:The biocenosis is the group of organisms of all the species that lived in a specificspace called biotope that offer the necessaries environmental conditions for theirsurvival.Biotope:The biotope is the zone where all the organisms live. It is made by theenvironment around this organisms and the substratum where they can move in.We cannot limit the biotopo because it is too difficult.The beach: Doñana´s beaches are one of the most beautiful in Spain, they arelarge, with thin sand and a lot of birds.On the beach there are lots of birds who can hide in the sand when the tide goesou, these animals become bird´s food easily.
  4. 4. Also tides are important in this kind of landscape, because they bring the sand tothe beach forming cliffs.Dunes and farmyards: The dunes form one of the ecosystems of the National Park.They are mountains of sand in movement.The wind moves the sand to the shore. The dunes drag the trees, many of themdie; only a small part survives.Reserves: they are the steadiest ecosystem because they do not have strangechanges during the year.Animals love this place because of the mazes formed by the bushes, where theycan hide and are safe. The reserves are made out of sand mainly, but withoutmovement. The ground is rolling, with crests, depressions and groundwater.
  5. 5. The bank: it is the border between the reserves and the marshes, and between the marshes and the dunes. It is a fringe between 200 and 1500 meters. It is covered by vegetables with perfect conditions of ground and water.Marshes: they are plains which change completely during the seasons.Overcoat birds live in this ecosystem.The ground is clay, which conserves the water in the surface. It has gaps like:Pikes: they have until 1.20 meters of depth, in summer they are oasis.Veins: they are tight and high, and they do not flood.Caños: they are deep beds of water.Dry marshes: they flood in short periods of tie and with shallowness, the groundhas lot of salt, so there lie fez plants, like almajo.Flooded marshes: they flood every year, from October to June. There is waterwhere plants like reed mace, giant reed or castanet live.
  6. 6. Past activities in Doñana:Hunting:In the past it was the main activity because there were lots of animals, like stags,fallow deers, wild boars, rabbits and different birds.The horse was a way of transport, and cows too.Fishing:It took place in the marshes and also in rivers.They used to fish tunas, soles, eel, shrimp, clams, crayfish …
  7. 7. Garden:Each family had a vegetable garden next to the house. With the vegetable gardenthey got all the food except oil. These gardens were called “navazos”, and theywere water by groundwater.An essential food was the honey, every family had an own beehive.The salt:For a long time the salt mines were exploited in the river shore, near the mouth ofSanlúcar. In that way they get the salt.Present activities in Doñana:Nowadays hunting is not allowed and neither is cutting trees, the most popularactivities are tourism and investigation.

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