The Natural Park and its surroundings are a relatively small area where we can find a huge variety of habitats with a grand ecological value. The most scenic are the big rocky cliffs where a lot of birds nest and rest.
Also it highlights the Mediterranean forest where holm oak is the most abundant tree. We cannot forget the chestnut forest, meadows and orchards, as well as the Galir River and the Sil River reservoir.
In total, more than one hundred species of birds can be observed. Among them, we highlight several species like the golden eagle, the egyptian vulture, the alpine swift or the red-billed chough.
We can also observe a wide range of forest birds like the eurasian wryneck, the booted eagle, the short-toed snake eagle, the common redstart or the spotted flycatcher.
In the scrub areas are also stunning to see warblers like the eurasian blackcap, the garden warbler, the dartford warbler, the subalpine warbler, etc.
The barn swallow, the eurasian crag martin, the red-rumped swallow, the common house martin or the european bee-eater, the common nightingale complete a the huge bird checklist that it can be observed right now.