Guamblin Island National Park

Guamblin island National Park in the extreme south of Chile.
Guamblin island National Park in the extreme south of Chile.

The Guamblin Island National Park  was created in 1967, with a surface of 10,625 hectares. It is the most western unit in the Region, located to approximately 90 nautical miles to the northwest of the locality of Puerto Aguirre, in the archipelago of the Chonos .

The predominant vegetation in the Guamblin Island National Park corresponds to the one of the vegetation formation ” “Always Green Oceanic Brushwood “, in which the characteristic species are Coigüe of Chiloé (Nothofagus nitida), Tepú (Tepualia stipularis) and the companions, Cinnamon-coloured (Drimys winteri), Luma (Amomyrtus luma), Tineo (Weinmania trichosperma), Strawberry (Fragaria chiloensis) and Honey Grass (Holcus lanatus).

The fauna of The Guamblin Island National Park is represented fundamentally by marine birds and mammals, among the first ones stands out the Gulls (Gaviotas) (Larus sp.), Cormoranes (Phalacrocorax sp.), and ducks (patos) (Anas sp.), among the seconds, the most abundant are the sea lions (Otaria flavescens). There are three wolf places in The Guamblin Island National Park (Parque Nacional Isla Guamblin); it is also possible to observe other species such as terrestrial birds as Chucao (Scelorchilus rubecula) and Huet-huet (Pteroptochos tarni).

This Guamblin Island National Park does not count on personnel  neither administrative  infrastructure.

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