Winter arrives, cold weather, but also many new guests for the Valle Cavanata Nature Reserve. The wintering waterfowl are species of great importance, every year they make long journeys to areas with milder climates than those where they spend the rest of the year. In this period, many species travel thousands of kilometers non-stop to find the perfect place to winter.
The Valle Cavanata nature reserve is now a fixed destination for winter rest for many migrants. For this reason, we are committed every day to conserve and maintain the natural riches present within this protected area.
To learn more about this important topic, we invite you to an appointment with Paul Tout, expert ornithologist, on Sunday 28 November at 10.30.
METHOD OF PARTICIPATION
In compliance with the regulations relating to the COVID-19 emergency, the event is organized with a limited number. Participation is only possible upon reservation and with a valid Green pass. To join, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your name and a telephone number. The reservation is effective upon receipt of the confirmation by the staff of the Valle Cavanata Nature Reserve. Participation in the event is free. To participate, the use of a mask and respect for the safety distance are mandatory.
Date: November 28th
Starting time: 10.30
Duration: 2 hours
Meeting place: will be communicated to subscribers via email
Difficulty: suitable for everyone
Recommended equipment: comfortable clothing, we recommend that you bring binoculars
Participation fee: free thanks to the contribution of the Municipality of Grado and the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region
Booking: required at email@example.com
Green pass: mandatory