Columbretes Islands Fauna

The Columbretes Islands‘ surface fauna is home to a variety of reptiles, including the widely recognized Iberian wall lizard. The Columbretes Islands serve as a sanctuary for a multitude of bird species, providing them with an ideal setting to construct their nests and nurture their young. Among these avian residents are the Eleonora’s falcon, the Audouin’s gull, and the Cory’s shearwater.

The waters surrounding the Columbretes Islands teem with diverse marine life, providing a sanctuary where these species can find refuge from predators and, more importantly, protection from human exploitation.

The Columbretes Islands’ underwater realm harbors a rich tapestry of marine life, including notable species such as the Mediterranean bladderwrack (Cystoseira mediterránea), the cat’s tail seaweed (Cystoseira amentácea), the Rodríguez’s kelp (Laminaria rodriguezii), and a variety of coral species, including the precious red coral.

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