Bonal de la Sierra del Hontanar was declared a protected area because of the rarity and vulnerability of its habitat, as well as because it is home to numerous species of regionally protected flora.
This micro-reserve is very important because most of the sphagnum bogs are concentrated in the northern half of Spain, so it is a unique rarity to conserve a raised bog in this very southern spot.
It is a permanent or semi-permanent waterlogging, where the water flows very slowly, helping at the same time to keep the soil moist, in such a way that if this phenomenon did not exist, the vegetation would become irremediably extinct. There are also processes that transform organic remains into peat: the peat bogs.
Information on the Town's Hall as being a fragile, highly sensitive area.
It is recommended to do the daylight itinerary, and at a suitable temperature. Please be always accompanied by an expert guide.
Es una localidad que se sitúa en el oeste de la provincia, por lo que limita directamente con la de Badajoz....
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