If I want to visit an ecological reserve, your first option should be The Manglares de Churute. It is located in the Guayas Province. It contains approximately 50,000 hectares of mangroves and dry tropical forests. The reserve is east of the mouth of the Guayas River and the protected mangrove that it has provides you with spectacular birds and sea animals watching opportunities. The Manglares de Churute Reserve also contains salt flats that are popular with a variety of shorebirds like the roseate spoonbill, osprey, egrets and laughing gulls. It is also one of the areas that you can find and see a feathered horned screamer. This reserve offers us places to enjoy a small picnic you can even participate in hunting for crabs. I tried it and it was very difficult to walk through the mud but it was fun.
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