A view of Venezuela
A FREE presentation called ‘natural spaces of the world: natural parks and ecosystems of Venezuela’ is taking place at Torrevieja-La Mata natural park interpretation centre on Friday, October 20 at 19.00.
Approximately 12.5% of Venezuela has been designated as national parks, natural monuments, refuges, and flora and fauna reserves. Additionally it has an extensive chain of marine parks, where coral, mangrove and coastal ecosystems are preserved.
The mountains of the Andes, the páramo ecoregions, the Cordillera de la Costa, the cloud forests, the plains, the savannah ecosystems, the unique vegetation of Tepuy table-top mountain and the immense rain forests make Venezuela valuable for ecological tourism and biodiversity.
The presentation will be given by the park’s conservation director and will enable attendees to get to know about tropical ecosystems, their importance and the environmental benefits for the planet.
Places are limited and attendance is by prior registration only, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 96 572 16 50.
The presentation will be in Spanish.
The presentation will take place at the park interpretation centre