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Bosco de la Mesola, Bosco Mesola

#5 of 23 in Parks in Province of Ferrara
Wildlife Area Nature / Park
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  • I did it for the second time this tour by bus in "Boscone della Mesola" to see the protected area and meet this deer native who lives in the Woods. Despite the limitations of movement made necessary to preserve wilderness, this time it was very exciting to cross and meet this beautiful animal. We were lucky and we also saw a brand new cub suckle. All under the expert guidance of quide of the park that give you information about the environment, the deer, the history of the Park. A must do.
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  • The ability to go with the electric minibus from the chance to see the animals in the "confidential" of the Park. Camera and binoculars are required for a full immersion in nature nostrana! Being a small park the concentrations of animals is remarkable! No dogs and beware of ticks, dogs are predators and might disturb the animals!
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  • I booked with more than a week ahead of the hike in electric minibus through Podeltatourism for Easter Saturday. We were 8 and then the Guide and the van were all for us. The tour allows you to visit the part of the forest is closed to the public, which includes the integral reserve without human intervention and only accessible for scientific purposes. The driver was a naturalist guide who gave us detailed explanations both from a historical and natural. The bus advances slowly and so along the way, listening to the Guide, we have made many sightings of deer, even at close range. When booking we were undecided whether to opt in alternative for the bike riding, but given the uncertain weather, the decision turned out to be the best. Useful to bring a pair of binoculars.
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