Isola della Cona,
by Staranzano, Italy represents the one-and-only ecosystem where
it is possible to observe a rich diversity in flora and fauna. In this nature reserve more than 300
bird species were listed. The area provides the fantastic habitat
for a plethora of wading birds, including teals, mallards, grey geese, herons,
coots, and many others.
The reserve incorporates a walking path that rounds the observation area and
includes several observation lookouts which enable visitors, birdwatchers and
nature photographers to get closer to the diverse fauna it surrounds them.
Bellow you can see several images confirming the sheer abundance of the
fauna at Isola dellaCona that is regarded as the best
birdwatching place in Italy and beyond.
Camargue horses grazing in company of numerous different bird species.
Northern Shoveler (Anas clypeata) duck foraging at the Isola della Cona.
Eurasian teal (Anas crecca) resting in the shallow waters of the Isola della Cona.
European penduline tit (Remiz pendulinus) perching high in the reeds at the Isola della Cona.