The Condor Park: a space that promotes conservation
Posted On 13 Mar 2017
With a stunning view of the Imbabura and the Cotacachi volcanos, and the San Pablo Lake, the Condor Park daily welcomes visitors who come to meet the 18 species of birds of prey that inhabit it.
The center has become a must stop for all wildlife lovers, who come to the place to interact with the birds and learn more about them thanks to the help of experts.
Jessica Post is one of the tourists who visit the site, along with her sister, Judith. They arrived from Houston, Texas, to know the natural attractions Ecuador has. “We are part of a group that is interested in adventure tourism and conservation.
“During our tour, we have visited several countries in South America, and in Ecuador, we hope to visit as many places as we can since know that this country has a great diversity of flora and fauna,” explains Jessica. This wide variety of fauna is protected in the Condor Park, a center dedicated to the care of birds of prey and their conservation.