Spain is the country in Europe with the greatest natural diversity and brings together more than 40% of the natural wealth of the European Union, on the other hand is one of the least dense countries of the old continent, which makes it still maintain large almost intact ecosystems, in very good state of conservation. In this context, the province of Tarragona has a mosaic of habitats and a rich biodiversity due to its geographical location, between the typical fauna of humid areas in the north of the peninsula and the more Mediterranean and dry southern part of the peninsula; the natural border of the river Ebro, part in two biogeographical communities, containing in turn, a transition area unique in the Iberian Peninsula in its Mediterranean environments. This location to the south of Catalonia shows us species in their limits both to the south and north and a very important management zone where different species interact in their limits of distribution. This year we will be taking the first course on Management and Monitoring of Riparian Fauna in Mediterranean Environments.
The travel agency that advises us and help in the organisation of our travels.