On March 3, international awareness is raised about the flora and fauna that inhabit our planet.
In 2013, the United Nations (UN) proclaimed March 3 as World Wildlife Day, a date that seeks to celebrate the flora and fauna that inhabit the planet and raise awareness among the population about its importance.
Among the contributions that flora and fauna make to the planet – reaffirmed by the UN on the day they decided to proclaim Nature Day – are economic, scientific, educational, ecological, cultural, aesthetic, and many more. Among them, the contribution to sustainable development and the well-being of humanity stand out.
The flora and fauna are vital for the subsistence of the planet and of the human being and in Estancia Bahía Esperanza you can find a great diversity of it.
The main trees present in Estancia Bahía Esperanza are Ñirre, Lenga and Coihue de Magallanes. Ciprés de las Guaitecas, Ciruelillos and Canelo are also observed. Calafate, Murtilla, Matanegra, Chilco and Zarzaparrilla, among other bushes, are also observed.
For its part, you can see a great diversity of fauna. Among these we can find culpeo foxes, wildcats or Geoffroy’s cats, quique, many European rabbits, and more than 40 species of birds, such as Andean condors, chilean eagles, black woodpeckers, Chilean flamingos, caiquiens, jergón ducks, among many more.
Likewise, and as a great milestone, in Estancia Bahía Esperanza we can find about 86 hectares of peat – wetlands of local and global importance that have the capacity to regulate and contain large amounts of water, which has a direct impact on socio-ecological conditions. local.
World Wildlife Day invites you to raise awareness about the multiple benefits that wildlife provides.
We invite you to get close to nature, share and get to know it in depth at Estancia Bahía Esperanza.