Ojos de Villaverde Lagoon MicroreserveRobledo (Albacete)GPS: 38.757999420166016, -2.4502201080322266
This lagoon, surrounded by savin junipers, is a unique natural space, and although the great abundance of vegetation in the shore makes it difficult to walk, taking a look of its waters is looking at one of the areas of greater biological wealth of Albacete.
WHAT WE’LL SEE
A great number of birds inhabits it, among them the grey heron, Bonelli's eagle, the golden eagle, western marsh harrier, hen harrier, northern goshawk, peregrine falcon and the red kite. Moreover, we can find in the water the carnivorous plant urticaria vulgaris that is inhabited by the European tree frog, along with batrachians. otters and mammals.
From the Robledo, the lagoon is indicated next to the N-322.
MOST SUITABLE VISIT TIME. WHAT TO TAKE
Throughout the year. It is important to wear water footwear, because the surroundings are usually flooded, and trousers to avoid stings.