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Doñana Natural Park
Doñana is a protected natural space located in Andalusia and comprising Doñana Natural Park and Doñana National Park. Its great expanse of marshlands means it is a paradise for birds and the home of the most important wetlands in Europe.

Its origins date back to Roman times in the 2nd century B.C., when its settlements were mainly dedicated to salting and fishing. The park is located around what are today known as the Marshlands of the Guadalquivir. In the 19th century, the publication of a catalogue on birds located in various Andalusian provinces sparked scientific and natural interest. In the 20th century, the owners of Doñana began to plant pine trees and introduce animal species.

Doñana National Park is known for its dry summers and relatively wet winters. Despite its Mediterranean climate, it has a certain Atlantic influence due to the proximity of this ocean. Its different ecosystems host a large number of vertebrate species, with half of those birds. These include the Spanish imperial eagle, the Sardinian warbler, the Eurasian stone-curlew, the great spotted cuckoo and the great grey shrike. Mammals include the Iberian lynx, wild boar, badger, hare and deer.

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