Doñana on the lower Guadalquivir is one of Western Europe's last unspoilt natural sites harbouring numerous endangered animal species. The importance of Doñana was one of the reasons for creating the WWF.
Its natural values are well known, it is home to flagship species and unique as the Iberian lynx, the most endangered feline in the world and only present here and in Sierra Morena, the imperial eagle, other raptors and a host of waterfowl, lagoons with endemic flora, the active sand dunes most important in the country, the most important stormwater wetlands in Europe, magnificent Mediterranean and coastlines forests and miles of pristine beaches ... all this along with the preservation of traditional uses of exploitation of resources: forestry, livestock, fish, shellfish, bee.
It also confirms the high value of this protected area the long list of nominations for national and international order that have been granted, including the World Heritage and the European Diploma.
Consejería de Medio Ambiente
Avda. Manuel Siurot, 50
41071 – Sevilla
+34 955 00 34 00/ 00 35 00
+34 955 00 37 75
Espacio natural de Doñana"
Centro administrativo El Acebuche
Carretera Matalascañas – Almonte
21760 – Huelva
+34 959 439 626 / 959 439 627
+34 959 439 648
|Experts reports following||SN-ZP(83)34
|2013 annual report||29/11/2013|
|2014 annual report||27/11/2014|
|2015 annual report||17/11/2015|
|2016 annual report||30/11/2016|
|2017 annual report||19/12/2017|
|2018 annual report||11/12/2018|