Born as a fishing and hunting valley and subsequently recognized as an area of international value under the Ramsar Convention and Nature Reserve, the Cavanata Valley represents a positive example of man-nature interaction that has led to an increase in biodiversity, in particular for the presence of numerous species of aquatic birds and with excellent potential for stopping and nesting of many species of birds. Let’s get to know it in its most hidden part, the area of the fish ponds and wintering tanks of Casa Spina.
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 by reservation. 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: July 30
Starting time: 18.00
Duration: 2 hours
Meeting place: will be communicated to subscribers via email
Difficulty: suitable for everyone
Recommended equipment: comfortable clothing and hiking shoes, we recommend that you bring binoculars and mosquito repellent
Participation fee: free thanks to the contribution of the Municipality of Grado and the Friuli Venezia Giulia Region
Booking: required at email@example.com