DONANA NATIONAL PARK, SPAIN
Unusual guides to the most beautiful natural parks in the world
An episode from the series TWENTY MASTERPIECES OF NATURE
In southern Spain, near Seville, the national park of Doñana consists of lagoons, fixed and mobile dunes, bushes and scrub landscapes constantly changing. Two critically endangered species live inside the park: the pardinus lynx and the Iberian eagle.
The park lab houses about 50 people all working with the goal of protecting the species and endemic flora through molecular and biological research.