• Invasive species survey

    Help us understand how we can improve our communication on nature conservation and invasive species. Read More
  • XX Anniversary

    It is fulfilled during 2014, the twentieth anniversary of the declaration of the Regional Park Read More
  • Flora and vegetation

    The vegetation in the Southeast Regional Park is the result, as in any other jurisdiction, the influence of several factors acting in the middle. Read More
  • Population and history

    The proximity of this protected natural area of the large town of Madrid joined the many populations around them lie, and constitute the metropolitan area, have resulted in a dynamic. Read More
  • Fototrampeo

    El Parque Regional del Sureste utiliza la técnica del Fototrampeo para la investigación sobre la fauna silvestre, evitando molestias innecesarias. Read More

    Much of Environmental Education Programs of the Ministry of Environment and Planning develops in its network of environmental education. Read More
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Southeast Regional Park

In the territory of the Community of Madrid, one of the most populous and dynamic in our country is represented a large part of spanish ecosystems. Its network of protected natural areas is one of the most effective means to protect and preserve home values within the region. Among the natural areas of the network stands Regional Park around the axes of the lower courses of the Manzanares and Jarama rivers, known as the Southeast Regional Park (Parque Regional del Sureste).

The Regional Park encompasses a very singular, subject to various factors that distort the biological balance. These circumstances arise largely from the influence of the proximity of surrounding towns. Nevertheless, housing areas and enclaves that constitute some of the richest bio-geographical entities and interesting of the Community of Madrid, with vegetation and wildlife populations of great diversity and richness of species, among which the Court finds the associated avifauna cut and cliffs, rivers and groves gaps created by the extraction of gravel, or other species that inhabit the steppes unique plaster and dry cereals.

1. Situation

2. Presentation of the natural area

3. Park regulations

4. Contact