This lagoon is included in the Andalusian Wetland Plan, and is a very important resource ecologically, as different species rest, feed and reproduce there.

It is close to the Quinta lagoon, with which it shares the basin’s lithological nature.It is mainly filled by rainwater; maximum precipitation is in November and December. The lagoon often dries up during summer months due to the high temperatures.

Black-winged stilts and avocets can be spotted as well as aquatic species such as little ringed plovers and mallards that reproduce in the wetland.Several birds can usually be spotted, such as: pink flamingos, buzzards, grey herons, white storks, Eurasian spoonbills, gadwalls, garganeys, Eurasian coots, common redshanks, common sandpipers, Kentish plovers, black-headed gulls and black terns.This wetland is used by steppe birds, such as Eurasian stone-curlews and Montagu’s harriers, to reproduce during the dry, summer months.





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