Paraíso de las aves

It is one of the best places in the Canary Islands to see wading birds. They are birds linked to wetlands that feed on small invertebrates, crustaceans and molluscs in the mud thanks to their evolved beaks of various shapes and sizes. Only on this beach can you see crowded flocks of Great Plovers, Dunlins, Curlews, Grosbeaks and Tridactyls, Curlews or Gray Plovers. On the other hand, it is the most important refuge for the endangered Kentish Plovers, who have their largest breeding colony in the entire Canary Islands in these sands and concentrations of over 300 individuals have been recorded.
Gray herons, egrets and spoonbills also come to fish in the puddles. And the very rare osprey, the only fish-eating bird of prey in Europe.