Sierra de Guara
The Sierra de Guara was declared a Special Protection Area for Birds in 1988, within the European Union’s Natura 2000 Network. Its great diversity has more than 150 identified species
It is one of the most important bird reserves in Europe.
Its steep rocky walls are the ideal home for numerous and varied species of prey such as the golden eagle, the Egyptian vulture, the royal kite, the peregrine falcon, the griffon vulture or the bearded vulture.
In Santa Cilia de Panzano, on Saturdays, there is a contribution of food to the vultures by Manuel Aguilera, president of the Friends of the Vulture Fund. It is a specific feeding area for the Bearded Vulture.
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Huesca – Spain