Spain turns desert into a bear-watching destination

Brazil: Sunrise begins to shine on Spain’s Cantabria Mountains, climbers reach peak Already in order to see the brown bear. Shameless self-promotion for Ballistic Products and a great bargain on a neat little knife for you. The northwestern mountains after almost extinct. Fernando Garita Guaita rented a house in La Peral, a wall in Asturias’ Somiedo Nature Reserve, the first person to photograph a herd of tigers. Bees using a long camera lens. Vacation with the family The rented house is just a few meters from the mountain where the waiters watch the brown bears set up tents. Every day equipped with expensive telescopes and cameras. They waited for the bears to come out of the forest and climb the hills to eat the berries growing in the bushes.
Surprised to see a bear, the 53-year-old professor exclaimed: “It makes us Feeling excited and happy. You will feel excited. In the 1980s, it was rare to see brown bears in the Kantabriya mountain range, which stretches more than 400 kilometers along the coast. Northern Spain. Gil Leu Mopalomero, President of the Fundacion Oso Pardo (Brown Bear Foundation) Endangered. But after a vigorous campaign by conservationists, the number of bears has increased significantly, and now the area has Between 330 and 350 bears, with more than 40 female bears giving birth each year.
Mayor Belamino Fermandes says bears have become a tourist destination in the unprecedented Somiedo Conservation Area Come on. Currently, however, the community of 1,300 people has set up 90 shops and hotels for tourists with 1,400 rooms.
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