The Emilia-Romagna Po Delta Regional Park, established in 1988, is a protected area that covers approximately 54,000 hectares of the Emilia-Romagna Region.
The Park includes the municipalities of Cervia, Ravenna and Alfonsine in the province of Ravenna, and the municipalities of Argenta, Ostellato, Comacchio, Codigoro, Goro and Mesola in the province of Ferrara.
On 2 December 1999, the Po Delta Park also became part of the UNESCO World Heritage List, adding to the territory of the city of Ferrara, while recently it was included in the prestigious MAB program of Unesco, thanks to the unique qualities of its territory.
The mouths of the Po represent one of the most important areas of naturalistic interest in Europe, where natural oases and human activities coexist. A true paradise for nature lovers, full of wintering, nesting and passing birds - such as herons, ducks, egrets, terns, avocets, stilt, cormorants, owls, buzzards - and mammals, including the majestic Deer of the dunes.
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