Biosphere Reserve

In 2004, UNESCO registered a total of 38,018 hectares of the region of Babia as a Biosphere Reserve, which aims to raise awareness of the use of natural resources and sustainable development, as well as to conserve and protect biodiversity, as well as development Economic and human development of these areas, research, education and the exchange of information between the different reserves, forming a global network. As of 2014, there are 631 Biosphere Reserves in 119 different countries and Babia is one of them.

If the province of Leon has one of the highest densities of Biosphere Reserves in the world – a total of seven – Babia is among the seven, which makes this landscape an unparalleled natural refuge. The beauty of the landscape of Babia consists of grasslands that grow in high harbors and a vegetation that preserves oak, beech and pine forests.

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