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The woodpecker path

In our Park there are five species of woodpeckers

The trail begins at the parking location called Cavallar and proceeds up a small slope path through a typical larch forest, passing M.ga Terzolasa, M.ga Samocleva and M.ga Caldesa.
Near the fourth bend of the forest road leading to the pastures, take a side road that leads into a small valley of the Rio Corvo. From here, near the small river, proceed along a short path down leading to a forest road that takes back to the parking area.
The footpath is passable throughout the year and it is easily accessible by anyone: it is particularly suitable for families wishing to have a short and not too difficult excursion.
During this brief excursion visitors are encouraged to discover the unique peculiarities of woodpeckers  and their environments, by reading some information panels along the way.
Length: 2,240 m
Drop: 125 m
Time: 0.45 h

 
The woodpecker path

The typical environment of woodpeckers is a forest, since life and dead trees provide to these species places to eat, live and raise their offspring away from predators. The path goes through a larch forest, which  is characterised by well-spaced trees, allowing an excellent visibility even in an environment apparently not ideal for birdwatching. It is therefore likely, with a little luck and patience, looking at woodpeckers flying from one tree trunk to another in search of food or patrolling their territory by singing their particular song. 
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