We bring you the opportunity to enjoy watching wildlife and the unique scenary at the Covadonga Lakes. Driving you in one of our vehicles, and through our experience, we lead you to observe the bird species in this ecosystem: the resident ones and the migrants, which come here in Summer to breed.
Along the visit, you get to know the role that shepherds and their livestock play shaping the landscape, the wolf-cattle conflict and how they make and cure Gamoneu cheese.
We tell you, as well, how glaciers carved the mountains, opening the way for the lakes and the meadows, where the herds graze in Summer.
You can watch bearded vultures, griffons or golden eagles while we give you some facts about how they live, when and how they breed and how they feed.
In addition, we take you for a short walk around one of the lakes looking for small bird which fly all the way out from Africa to raise here their offspring. Species such us stonechat, northern wheatear or the elusive Rufous-tailed rock thrush might join us on this walk.
This short and barely steep walk, by the lake shore, is suitable to anyone.
The activity is about 4 hours long. You might park your car at the parking place we use as meeting point.
In case you are staying in Cangas de Onís, we pick you up there and take you back at the end of the visit.
We provide you with binoculars, a terrestrial telescope and bird guides. We have binoculars for children, as well.
We depend on the weather: in the case of a rainy day we would change the visit to another day (hopefully a sunny one!)
All participants will be covered by Public Liability and accident insurance.