Morocco is known for its wildlife biodiversity.
Birds represent the
most important fauna. The avifauna of Morocco includes a total
of 454 species, five of which have been introduced by humans,
and 156 are rarely or accidentally seen.
In the town animals feed themselves
from garbage containers Bouhaira
Pigeons Essaouira Mogador
by Mohammed Droumi
Bulls fighting in the Lagoon forest in
Cows grazing north of the river Oued Ksob
Washing the horse early morning
at low tide on the beach of Frina
Footsteps of a dromedar in the lagoon forest.
A dromedar in the Lagoon forest
Cows in the forest
28 december, 2010
Lizards Sidi Kaouki
Flamingos Lagoon Dune forest
The last wild lion?
A photo taken from an aeroplane following the rally of Casablanca
Pictures from Dafina.net La Faune du Maroc
It is said that the last wild Barbary
Lion was shot
sometime around 1944 near the Tichka pass.
The Falcon of Essaouira
The black North Africa Cobra
One day in the summer of 2008 Aldo Berti -icon of Essaouira, saw a cobra in the Lagoon forest. He was walking there with his dog Negro and suddenly he heard a hissing sound and saw a cobra very close to him with raised head looking at him. He said it was a divine revelation.