|WELCOME TO FAUNA SALVAJE EN ACCIÓN (SPANISH WILDLIFE IN ACTION)|
Fauna Salvaje en Acción is a meeting point for nature lovers who want PHOTOGRAPH, OBSERVE OR SIMPLY ENJOY the different species of wild animals that inhabit and within our complex Hides/Observatories, in the Protected Natural Area, Reserva Natural del Valle de Iruelas, located in the province of Avila, Castilla y León.
Our Hides/Observatories are located just over 100 km from Madrid, and about less than an hour and a half from Barajas Adolfo Suárez Madrid International Airport.
The Reserva Natural del Valle de Iruelas has more than 235 species of vertebrates listed, of which 146 are birds. 90% of wildlife is protected, it affecting 210 species, of which 62 are protected, 147 strictly protected and one endangered species cataloged.
Video recorded by Chas Moonie with camera Sony FDR-AX1 4K
You can not evaluate, estimate nor love what is unknown. With each species extinguished by artificial causes, our home Mother Earth and mankind himself dies a little more day by day. It is becoming more urgent and important than our generation and future generations know their inescapable interaction with the wilderness of their Planet, ultimately the only true home we have in the development of the universe. Only with our respectful and humble approach to the wild world we can we know who and what we are and where we go, because certainly we also belong to it, although in most cases we often forget.”