Campos del Tuyú National Park

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Campos del Tuyú National Park
Parque Nacional Campos del Tuyú
IUCN category II (national park)
Atardecer en Campos del Tuyú.jpg
Parque Nacional Campos del Tuyú
Map showing the location of Campos del Tuyú National Park
Map showing the location of Campos del Tuyú National Park
Location Buenos Aires Province, Argentina
Coordinates 36°21′S 56°52′W / 36.350°S 56.867°W / -36.350; -56.867Coordinates: 36°21′S 56°52′W / 36.350°S 56.867°W / -36.350; -56.867
Area 3,040 hectares (7,500 acres)
Established 2009

Campos del Tuyú National Park (Spanish: Parque Nacional Campos del Tuyú) is a national park in Buenos Aires Province, Argentina. Situated on the southern shore of Samborombón Bay, the park was established on May 13, 2009.[1] The main attraction of Campos del Tuyú is the rare pampas deer; in fact, it is one of the few places in the Pampas where this species survive. Other inhabitants of the park include over a hundred bird species, capybara, and the likewise endangered Leopardus geoffroyi.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Parque Nacional Campos del Tuyú". Administración de Parques Nacionales de Argentina (in Spanish). Retrieved 17 July 2017.