Mburucuyá National Park

Yaguarundí Cat at Mburucuyá National Park

Location: is located in the northwest side of Corrientes, in Mburucuyá department.

Surface: It covers 17.660 hectares.

Created: created in 1995.

Plants: quebrachos -el colorado chaqueño y el blanco-, urunday, viraró, algarrobos, talas, palmeras caranday, alecrín, palmera pindó, caña tacuaruzú, timbó, laurel, palmares de yatay.

Animals: more than 150 bird species, carpinchos, yacares, zorros, mulitas, guazunchos, yaguarundí cats, carayá apes, aguará guazú, lobito de río and ciervo de los pantanos.


Characteristics: PN Mburucuyá (Mburucuyá National Park) is a representative area of the northwest of Corrientes in good state of conservation. Moreover, the National Park constituted an important refuge for the native flora and fauna.

PN Mburucuyá (Mburucuyá National Park) belongs to Esteros del Iberá eco-region, which presents a lot of wetlands. They have many functions: provided water; regulate floods and droughts; remove toxics; stabilize microclimates; and retain carbon.

Mburucuyá National Park

Argentina National Parks

Corrientes Province


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