A new didactic route, comes to life in a large area of woodland called Zerbo Woods in the territory of Besate characterized by deciduous forests and large hills with aquatic vegetation and animals.
The area takes its name from the church dated 1600, dedicated to Our Lady of Zerbo, open to the public only on the second Sunday of May, on the occasion of the traditional feast.
In order to understand biodiversity with all its links, you can watch or listen to the sound of some birds such as the great red woodpecker, the great tit and the nightingale.
In the proximity of waterways, along the banks there are herons, such as the heron, egret and night heron. Numerous species of fish, such as trout, sturgeon and the Danube roach, inhabit the waters of the river.
It will be easy to see through the trees deers, wild boars, red squirrels, foxes and badgers.
Duca Uberto Visconti di Modrone Street 5 - 20080, Besate, MI, Italy
Telephone: + 39 02 9050906
Fax: +39 02 90098006
- Lo Zerbo 1 - 20080, Besate, MI, Italy
- Telephone: + 39 340 8684668