Ecuador ranks 4th in the bird diversity in the world with 1559 species recorded and distributed in four regions. The "Machalilla National Park" is home to nearly 16% of all birds in the country.
Xerophytic vegetation dominates a great part of the parish, with thorn scrub and dry forest, except in the highlands where the forest of garua exists. Salango, however, is surrounded by dense herbaceous and shrub vegetation that appears very green and blooming, has riparian vegetation along a small river (permanent although interrupted), original flora of the beach, and a transition forest as well as rainforest in the high parts. Natural regeneration proceeds rapidly in altered parts. The Community of Salango generally demonstrates high botanical diversity in its numerous plant formations and a corresponding wealth of fauna in terms of invertebrates, amphibians, reptiles, birds and mammals.
These lush renewable natural resources, which contrast with the northern part of the region, besides having great ecological importance (soil protection, water cycle regulation, habitat for native fauna), are a promising source of revenue for the Community. A good sustainable management of wildlife provides economic security and stability in the future. This project seeks to conserve and enhance the natural biodiversity and the beautiful wilderness, through a comprehensive community program for ecotourism, scientific research, environmental education and other projects of sustainable use of the available natural resources.
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Phone: (593) 05-2589-304
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Location: 6 km. southwest of the Canton Puerto Lopez, Manabi Province, Ecuador, South America.
In the spondylus route.