Just 40 kilometers south of Agadir, the sandbars, ponds and reedbeds of the Souss-Massa provide perhaps the most important habitat in Morocco for birdlife.
The park is home to many sedentary birds including the kingfisher, cormorant, the rare bald ibis, Elonard’s falcon and curlew. Among the migrating birds are the glossy ibis, crane, pink flamingo and spoonbill.
Although the immediate area of the lagoon is protected, bird watchers will find plenty of opportunity to watch wildlife from the path that traverses the park. Gazelle, oryx and ostrich are also being reintroduced into the park.
Map of the Souss-Massa National Park
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Places near the Souss-Massa National Park
- Taroudant 51 miles away
- The Anti Atlas 67 miles away
- The Draa Valley 88 miles away
- Essaouira 95 miles away
- The Atlas Mountains 123 miles away
- Ourika Valley 138 miles away
- Marrakesh 142 miles away
- Oued Mellah 164 miles away
- Ouarzazate 171 miles away
- The Southern Oases Valleys 186 miles away
- Skoura 194 miles away
- Zagora 228 miles away
- The Dades Valley 233 miles away
- Casablanca 266 miles away
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Souss-Massa National Park