The natural wetland reserve is the lungs of a city, very important! The greenery is great, the scenery is very unique, and there are all kinds of migratory birds inhabiting here, it is worth to see the original ecological environment and beautiful scenery!
The Natural Wetland Reserve is a well-known botanical garden in Buenos Aires. The Natural Wetland Reserve is a quiet paradise in the middle of noisy, inhabiting many precious animals and plants.
This is really one of my favorite places to go to Buenos Aires. There are several different "paths" in the reserve, from 45 minutes to a few hours to complete. A person will take you to the "beach" of La Plata, where you can walk on the beach to rock and listen to the waves. Others take you to the lagoon. Every time we go, we will see many different birds and animals-you just have to watch and listen. In addition, seeing the rubble of the Avenido 9 de Julio building is amazing. They actually just pushed the building into the river, so there are colorful tiles, glass and pebbles everywhere you see. A charming and peaceful place.
Many birds live here. People watch the birds on the shore of the lake and relax on the grass.
Many birds are large swans, you can bring your own binoculars, there are also a lot of river turtles, lizards and nutrias. The animal resources are very rich. You can see fish when you boat.