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Subjects :Flamingos, large cormorants, various waders such as plovers, Big Courier, Pyro Pyro, Gossymen, various types of seagulls including the rosy one, also Terne, often overflown by the Queen's Falcon. Traces of the presence of ungulates.
Recommended equipment :Telephoto and tripod because they don't approach the shore often, to hide there are residues of a protective palisade that still hides enough.
Best months :The best time to see the flamingos is May, June and September. Various aquatic birds present all year round.
How to get there :Along the SS126 there is a small bridge that crosses the cycle path and the surrounding canal and allows you to get to the Cruccionas Island from where with a dirt road you can reach various ponds and various workstations of different visual, some that show the Signs of an attempt made years ago to promote birdwatching with protective palisade covered with marsh canes with openings for observation, unfortunately mostly collapsed due to lack of maintenance.
Visits :Free entrance always open.
Notes :Even if the dirt road branches out in various directions, they are all without exit, you have to go back from where you entered. The dirt roads end at the base of the lattice of high voltage, in fact exist for their maintenance.