PROTECTED NATURAL RESERVE, WHALES, MARINE WOLVES AND GREAT VARIETY OF BIRDS

NATURAL AREA

In the coastal area of ​​the property is a permanent post of more than 1000 sea lions ‘Otaria Flavescens’, the second in size in the Province. There will be created a Natural Protected Area or Wildlife Refuge, in joint administration with the Secretary of Environment, according to the corresponding environmental regulations and a Management Plan that will regulate their relationship with the surroundings and interaction with the Sea Village.
The presence of sea elephants and killer whales is sometimes recorded in search of a safe place to feed.
Between the months of July to September it is frequent to see near the coast exemplary adults of southern right whale and toninas overas.
There are other species native to the area such as ñandúes, foxes and guanacos although the best known in academic circles and among the birdwatchers in the world is the colony of barranqueros parrots located in El Cóndor, the largest in the world because of its number of specimens.
A great variety of native birds of easy observation complete the marine landscape like the antarctic pigeon, cormorants, crab gulls, petrels, biguás, gaviotines, jotes, loicas and other continental birds like the Halconcito Colorado, Pilgrim Hawk and Chimangos.