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❈ Entre Ríos

The Province of Entre Ríos is only 495 Kms far from Buenos Aires, taking as reference its capital city, Paraná

Why Entre Ríos?

❈ Entre Ríos 

As its name indicates, it is integrally embraced by majestic and pictures rivers like the Paraná, Uruguay, Gualeguay and Gualeguaychú Rivers.

BirdWatching

The Province of Entre Ríos is only 495 Kms far from Buenos Aires, taking as reference its capital city, Paraná.

 It has diverse ecosystems: grasslands, forests and gallery rainforests where more than 400 bird species have been registered.   

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El Palmar National Park is in the province of Entre Ríos, at 37 miles from Concordia. It is the preservation site of the Yatay Palm Tree. It has diverse ecosystems: grasslands, forests and gallery rainforests where more than 250 bird species have been registered. Within the Park, there are two bird observatories: the Grassland Observatory -at a floodable wetland, with an excellent view of the palm grove; and the Forest Observatory -next to the Uruguay river and next to the historic site "Calera del Palmar". 

El Palmar National Park, with its lagoons and wetlands, is a birdwatching paradise by the Uruguay river. From its excellent observatories, it is possible to admire country woodpeckers, real woodpeckers and white woodpeckers. 

At the gallery rainforest, it can be observed: golden billed saltators, agachonas, parrots, oven-birds, basket-makers, common terns, double-collared seedeaters, icterids and owls. In the nearby, with a bit of luck, it is possible to watch the yellow woodpecker -a specie in extinction danger-, the ñandu and the tinamus. Visitors are surprised to see parrots' huge community-nests.   

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