We are located in the Ayalan site, El Morro parish of Guayaquil, where the biodiversity of marine flora and fauna is wild and abundant.
In this area we protect more than 800 hectares of virgin mangroves. These mangroves are home to a variety of life, from migratory bird species to reptiles and sea creatures.
Among the birds that inhabit this ecosystem we find pelicans, herons, flamingos and sandpipers. Birds feed and reproduce like many fish, crustaceans and mollusks that complement the habitat balance. It is essential that we continue with the protection of our mangroves and guarantee the productivity they provide to the environment.