ity of bird species, either by its warm climate and mild, whether the different landscapes and habitats it contains.
In fact, the South region is less rugged than the north, in the Alentejo dominate the vast plains covered with cork oak and holm oak, cut by valleys of some prominent rivers for biological abundance, such as the Tagus and the Guadiana.
In the transition of the Alentejo to the Algarve, the relief become more prominent, especially the hills of Monchique and Caldeirão.
The western coast of Alentejo and the Algarve is one of the most interesting and fragile in southern Portugal, it is a region of rare beauty. In turn, less steep, sandy shore of the Ria Formosa is one of the most interesting wetlands in the country.
In this program we will travel in the company of a guide ornithologist throughout southern Portugal, which due to the variety of landscapes and biological features contains over 34 IBSA and 8 RAMSAR Site.
Must see in any season.