Doñana is a protected natural area, located in Andalusia, which has 108,086 hectares. It comprises both the Doñana National Park (created in 1969) and the Doñana Natural Park.
Its great extension of marshes welcomes during the winter to numerous species of water birds, that usually reach the 200,000 individuals each year. Due to its privileged geographical situation between two continents and its proximity to the meeting place of the Atlantic and Mediterranean, the Strait of Gibraltar, in Doñana can be observed more than 300 different species of birds per year, being place of passage, breeding and Wintering for thousands of them (aquatic and terrestrial). Here aquatic birds rest of all Western Europe, being located infinity of species in the marshes and environs from Africa and Europe.
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