The Wildlife Refugee declaration made aims to fulfill the following purposes:
a) Preserve and restore populations of wild vertebrate species, especially those included in the National Catalog of Endangered Species and those that could be included in the Catalog of Endangered Species of Aragon.
b) Preserve and restore populations of species and communities of wild vertebrates of scientific, cultural and hunting interest.
c) Offer possibilities for studies, knowledge and enjoyment of wildlife in a space of high environmental quality.
Article 2 of Decrees 68/1995, 69/1995 and 70/1994, of April 4, of the Diputación General de Aragón, by which the National Hunting Refuges are reclassified in Wildlife Refuges.
The WILDLIFE SHELTERS, figure that appears in the Hunting Law of Aragon, come from the reclassification of the old National Hunting Refuges. Created for the purpose of conserving and maintaining hunting resources, they have managed, despite not being their original purpose, the protection of certain Natural Spaces such as the LOMAZA DE BELCHITE and LAGUNAS DE GALLOCANTA and SARIÑENA.
If you want to extend your information on Aragon you can begin crossing his varied landscapes,
or to also begin a route by the fauna,
and the use of the water in Aragon.
In order to delight the Vista, you can view the collection of photographies
You can add culture and nature in its cultural Parks or its extensive Bestiary
| Nature in Aragon
Bestiary | Invertebrate Photographies | Cultural Parks | Aragonese landscapes
Ebro | Guara | Moncayo | Monegros | Ordesa | Alphabetical Index
The project "Nature in Aragon "is an extension of the previous" Natural and Geological Heritage in Aragon", therefore extend the description of natural places of interest in Aragon such as the already ancient National Parks of Ordesa and Monte Perdido and the National Park of Moncayo with other places such as the Sierra de Guara, exponent of humid places of Half Mountain, Los Galachos del Ebro or the steppe, which in its full aridity it is represented by the Lomaza de Belchite or the wide Monegros
To complement this information, introductions to flora, fauna, fungi, geology, water, landscapes, etc. are added.
Elsewhere in the Pasapues project, reference is made to famous Aragonese naturalists such as Odon de Buen or Felix de Azara, etc.
This project is documented, whenever possible, by graphic material such as photographs, illustrations, maps, etc.
Wildlife Refuges. Natural Protected Spaces in Aragon. Pyrenees, mountains, rivers, animal kingdom, plants, fungi, landscapes, protected areas, fauna, ecology, water
but third-party products such as advertising, maps or blog if they can do it.