fauna of the Sierra Nevada Natural Park. Fauna in the Alpujarra of Granada rural houses sustainable eco in a rural setting. Animal communities often developed in parallel with a corresponding plant communities. The undisputed Queen of the fauna in the Sierra Nevada is the mountain goat (Capra pyrenaica), who often graze in the borreguiles high mountain. In addition are several species of unique invertebrates which include more than 20 species of butterflies, and many species of small birds, and a significant number of birds of prey.
flora de la Alpujarra in the natural park of sierra nevada. After the end of the last glaciation, the peculiar situation of Sierra Nevada allowed that this become refuge for countless number of endemic species and unbecoming of middle latitudes. They are known, according to sources from the Ministry of environment of Spain, 66 endemic vascular plant species, which represents the greatest biodiversity of the Iberian Peninsula and one of the largest in Europe. In total the number of higher plants is around 2,100 that represents a quarter of all the species in Spain and the fifth in Europe.
La Alpujarra of Granada enjoys various natural environments between streams, lakes, mountains and valleys.
the Park of Sierra Nevada has a rich and varied flora with over 2,000 plant species. Of which 66 are endemic or unique to the area as the star of the snows. It has a rich environment of wild pines, junipers and sabinas. Forests of Oaks as the Bayárcal, chestnut, Oaks, poplars, willow, among the violets of the Sierra Nevada and sierra Chamomile.