The Ebro Delta is one of the most important bird areas in Catalonia, Spain. Here 300 species of birds, ducks, herons, waders, gulls, coots and flamingos breed, rest or winter.
The Ebro Delta is the second largest wetland in Spain. One third of the delta is a nature reserve. The reserve is partly managed by NABU’s Spanish partner Sociedad Espanola de Ornitologia (SEO). The bird paradise was severely devastated by storm Gloria in 2019. The storm also heavily damaged and rendered uninhabitable the 80-year-old house in which the SEO volunteer caretakers of the sanctuary live. VGP Foundation is helping in repairing the house.