If you observe the nature in Mallorca, you simply fall in love with this island. Its bird richness is unquestionable and draws the attention of all the nature lovers that visit Mallorca.
The most abundant birds are the seagull and the cormorant. Nevertheless, migratory birds also stop in Mallorca during their two-way journey from Europe to Africa. The fish eagle and the night heron live in ponds, salt marshes and lagoons, while the coot and eel live in the water. On the other hand, in the mountain range of Serra de Tramuntana, a quirk of nature that dominates the Mallorcan coast, you can find the ferreret, a protected endangered little toad studied by many biologists. In the mountains, the vegetation consists of bushes, pine trees and Holm oaks. In the marshes we can find millenarian olive trees, while in the valleys there are orange and lemon trees. In the middle of the island, almond trees dominate the land. And on the coast, palm trees contrast with the landscape. The nature of Mallorca is a very valuable secret. Come and discover it.
Experiencing and enjoying nature in the Balearic Islands is very easy. You only have to take a walk though its nature parks or visit the gardens and facilities where you can learn more about the flora and fauna, both local and foreign. It is an educational and fun experience suitable for all audiences.
Mallorca hides many singular and beautiful landscapes, such as:ç
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Recorded in the Executive Office Deposit Statute of Professional Associations of the Balearic Islands, dated September 1977.