Parco Nazionale d'Abruzzo, Lazio e Molise

Autumn colours explosion

Photography workshop in the forests of Abruzzo National Park

From Saturday 14 to Sunday 15 October 2017

Abruzzo-Lazio-Molise National Park is the most ancient park of Apennines and has had an important role in the conservation of some of the most important species of Italian large fauna. Beech forests cover two-thirds of the Park (one of the largest uninterrupted expanses on the Apennines), with plenty of ancient specimens thanks to which animals such as the Marsican Brown Bear and Lilford's White-backed Woodpecker can live.

On high-altitude screes, above the beech forest, we can find creeping pines, that are very rare in the Apennines. We can also find some species that live in these extreme environments, like glacial relicts or some endemic and localized species.

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Place: Abruzzo Lazio and Molise National Park
Towns: Bisegna (AQ), Pescasseroli (AQ), Settefrati (FR)
Province: L'Aquila, Frosinone Region: Abruzzo, Lazio
Organization: Wildlife Adventures
Info Email: Info Line: 08631856566

Tag: video projections, trekking
Mt. Amaro - Autumn 2010
Mt. Amaro - Autumn 2010
Where to sleep in:
Bisegna, Pescasseroli, Settefrati
Where to eat in:
Bisegna, Pescasseroli, Settefrati
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