Stops, Panoramic Views and Information about the landscapes
Things to doing in every stop
- Collect Water
- Water Filtration (3 Times per stop)
- Filtration of chlorophyll (1 Time per stop)
- Temperature of the Water
- pH of the Water
- Deepness of the River
- Collecting Plankton
- Measure of the photic zones
- Identify the vegetation
- Identificaton of the species of animals
- Observe the organic materials, the smell of the sewers, detergent and the foam
Villages near the river
-San Juan de Aznalfarache
-Coria del Rio
-La puebla del Rio
-Sanlúcar de Barrameda
Villages Near the River
Part of the river reserved for the loading and unloading of the cargo from the merchant boats and also have a zone for repair the boats.
Floodgates are adjustable gates used to control water flow in the rivers, it also allows the boats to park there.
Punta del Verde
Brazo del Guadiamar
Salt evaporation ponds, also called salterns or salt pans, are shallow artificial ponds designed to extract salts from sea water
In Doñana you can find a big number of mammals, rodents, amphibians, reptiles and fish species, along with about 750 plant species and a lot of moths, dragonflies and butterflies.
One of the most important things in Doñana are the aviaries (Pajareras) because millions of wintering birds are attracted by the mild climate and the abundant food supply. The region is also on a major migratory route for birds travelling from and to north and west Africa during the spring and autumn migration periods. The zone is also important as a breeding ground for some of the most endangered birds species of Europe, such as Spanish Imperial Eagles.
The full list of bird species that have been recorded in the area is now over 360.
Authors, Work made by
Álvaro Rodríguez González
Javier Marín Súarez
Alberto Escalera Compaña