A whistle sharper than that of a kite bounces off the huge rocky walls of the Aragonese Pyrenees. And suddenly, the bone of some animal, already dead for a couple of days, falls from the highest in the sky, breaking on contact with the sharp rock. This is how the Bearded Vulture – Gypaetus barbatus – feeds. It is the last link in the exploitation of scavenger birds. A spectacle worthy of observing and photographing.
Day 1 - Friday: Arrival and interpretative route
Day 2 - Saturday: Observation trails
Day 3 - Sunday : Wildlife observation