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TABLAS DE DAIMIEL

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TABLAS DE DAIMIEL

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TABLAS DE DAIMIEL

  1. 1. TABLAS DE DAIMIEL Declared a National Park in 1973 and a Biosphere Reserve in 1981.
  2. 2. Tablas de Daimiel
  3. 3. Tablas de Daimiel Tablas de Daimiel National Park (Parque Nacional de las Tablas de Daimiel) is a wetland on the La Mancha plain, a mainly arid area in the province of Ciudad Real. The Wetlands are located on the migratory routes of many species of birds DESCRIPTION AND SITUATION
  4. 4. Tablas de Daimiel HOW DID THIS ECOSYSTEM FORM?  Tablas de Daimiel formed as the result of overflows at the confluence of the rivers Guadiana and Cigüela, a fact favoured by the slight slope of the land.
  5. 5. Tablas de Daimiel BIOLOGICAL PATRIMONY Tablas de Daimiel are provided with two types of water making an unusual ecosystem: the Guadiana contributes fresh water, while its tributary the Cigüela is brackish.
  6. 6. Flora and fauna in Tablas de Daimiel
  7. 7. Fauna in Tablas de Daimiel  They are many animals (fauna)in Tablas de Daimiel :  Ducks  Water snakes  Frogs  Foxes  Eagles
  8. 8. Fauna in Tablas de Daimiel  Wild Pig  Otter  Rabbit  Tortoises  Carp
  9. 9. ANIMALS FROM TABLAS DE DAIMIEL OCELLATED LIZARD FOX BUTTERFLY COOT STORK
  10. 10. BIRDS OF TABLAS DE DAIMIEL HERON CRANE Garza Grulla DUCKS
  11. 11. ANIMALS IN TABLAS DE DAIMIEL WATER BIRDS Anade azulón Colorado Duck Common teal Imperial Heron Etc.. MAMMALS Wild boar Fox Polecat Otter Weasel Rabbit Dormouse Etc. AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES Ranita San Anton Corridor Toad Galápagos Water snakes. FISH Carp Barbel Colmilleja
  12. 12. Flora in Tablas de Daimiel  They are many plants (flora) in the Tables of Daimiel :  Reed-(carrizo)  Brambles-(zarza)  Wild roses  Algae  Tamarisk.-(Taray)
  13. 13. Flora in Tablas de Daimiel The flora in Tablas de Daimiel is adapted to certain conditions, extreme weather, turbid and silty soils and seasonal and saline waters.
  14. 14. News Autumn: goodbye to the eagles and greet the cranes. The start of the season has important biological consequences, especially in the Mediterranean regions. Fall is a time of welcome and farewells for ornithologists. We say goodbye to the observations of many species such as the last swallows or eagles that fly south and return in spring. We greet the many species in migration and others that will stay for the winter among us, such as cranes, geese, finches or luganos. El inicio de la estación tiene unas importantes consecuencias biológicas, sobre todo en las regiones mediterráneas[…] El otoño es tiempo de bienvenidas y despedidas para los ornitólogos. Se dice adiós a las observaciones de multitud de especies como las últimas golondrinas o águilas calzadas que vuelan al sur y volverán en primavera; y se saluda a las numerosas especies en migración y de otras que se quedarán a pasar el invierno entre nosotros como grullas, ánsares, pinzones o luganos. http://www.abc.es/natural/vivirenverde/abci-otono-dice-adios-aguilas-y-saluda-grullas-201609231156_noticia.html
  15. 15. TABLAS DE DAIMIEL NEWS Every year cranes return from Northern Europe to Tablas de Daimiel National Park and Cabañeros. In these places they find more food, better weather and fewer predators. In March they will return to Northern Europe to begin their reproduction: to lay eggs. This year there is less water in Tablas de Daimiel because Guadiana river carries less water, it rained a little and temperatures were very high. So it’s easier for birds to catch fish.
  16. 16. Tablas de Daimiel Cristina de la Fuente Henar García Sofía Rubio Alonso Infantes Marta Medina Cristian Gusa María Moreno Marta García Irene López-Ocón Jimena García

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