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All posts tagged: "Recorriendo Peninsula"

The Guanaco, in Peninsula Valdes and Patagonia

The Guanacos (Lama guanicoe), are mammals, relatives of llamas belonging to the order of the camelids, they carry with humility the title of being the largest terrestrial vertebrates of Patagonia. This beautiful animal species was before the arrival of the white man, a fundamental ally for the survival of the indigenous people who inhabited Patagonia,

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How to Reach El Doradillo from Puerto Madryn

The protected area finds its starting point at the coastal geographic feature known as Punta Arco, located about 12.5mi ( 20 km ) from Puerto Madryn. It spreads through an area parallel to the coast covering 1.9 mi ( 3 km ) wide and about 16 mi ( 25 km ) long, including Punta Ameghino, the popular dwelling place forRead More

Isthmus Ameguino Museum of Peninsula Valdes

A desolate road occupied by wild animals, unique to the landscape of these latitudes, serves as an introduction to the Valdes Peninsula. 4.3 mi ( 7km ) after passing the control booths and entrance to the Peninsula, a large round-about offers access to the Visitors Center. Here a small and well-maintained museum exhibits a general viewRead More

Variable Hawk

Also known as “Ñanco”, it can be seen throughout the Valdes Peninsula. The males measure up to 48 cm and the female is slightly larger, reaching 52 cm. The plumage is grey on the back, with a white underside in adults. Its’ most distinctive feature is a black stripe down the tail. Juveniles keep their

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San Pablo de Valdes Life Reserve

San Pablo Valdes Fauna and Flora Protection The Vida Silvestre foundation owns and manages a piece of land, just a few kilometers from Puerto Piramides, with 18.000 ac  ( 7,360 ha ) and bordering the coast of the Golfo Nuevo, called San Pablo de Valdes. All of the activities offered on this land are financed by the Vida Silvestre Foundation, madeRead More

A historical record of the colonization of Patagonia

This image represents just one small corner of Patagonia, a landscape illuminated by the warm glow of sunset reflected upon the small chapel at Bird Island, a replica of the one that stood at the San Jose fort in an early attempt at Spanish colonization. Isolated and alone, set to one side of the visitor’s

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