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Reserva Natural Dirigida de la Laguna de Gallocanta

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Disappointing in spite of the scenery, but I am not a bird-watcher who, I am sure, would view it very differently.

Each time I travel to my home in Spain via the Autovia Mudejar near Calamocha in Aragón, I pass... read more

Reviewed 23 June 2015
John C
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London, United Kingdom
Amazing Cranes

The Laguna Gallocanta is famous as a migration point for common cranes migrating between Spain and... read more

Reviewed 6 March 2015
Annie H
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Pembroke, United Kingdom
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23 Jun 2015
“Disappointing in spite of the scenery, but I am not a bird-watcher who, I am sure, would view it very differently.”
5 Mar 2015
“Amazing Cranes”
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Laguna de Gallocanta. Centro de Interpretacion, Gallocanta, Spain
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Reviewed 6 March 2015

The Laguna Gallocanta is famous as a migration point for common cranes migrating between Spain and northern Europe. It is also an important geological site, and for the other 20,000+ waterbirds that spend the winter there. There is a small visitor centre at the southern...More

2  Thank Annie H
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Reviewed 23 June 2015

Each time I travel to my home in Spain via the Autovia Mudejar near Calamocha in Aragón, I pass signs for the "Laguna de Gallocanta" and I have always assumed it was similar to the Lagunas de Ruidera on the borders of Albacete and Ciudad...More

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Reviewed 6 March 2015

The Laguna Gallocanta is famous as a migration point for common cranes migrating between Spain and northern Europe. It is also an important geological site, and for the other 20,000+ waterbirds that spend the winter there. There is a small visitor centre at the southern...More

2  Thank Annie H
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