Phenes raptor

One of the biggest dragonflies in the world, this species is found near bodies of water. The adults eat wasps, bees and flies.

Troglodytes musculus

A small insectivorous bird species, they enter the vineyards from the margins when biological corridors have developed there which provide them safety. They help to control insects in the vineyard.

Castnia eudesmia
Chagual Butterfly

It is called a butterfly but this creature is really a colorful moth that circulates during the day. It is the largest in Chile and, unfortunately, it is threatened because the chaguals or plants where it develops part of its life cycle, have been destroyed by human activities.

Liolaemus tenuis

This beautiful species with an important role in the biological control of pests such as the grape moth, or eulias and proeulias, which are pest species of the grapevine.

Egretta thula

Herons appear in the field when soils are worked. Their presence helps us to know that the soils are hosting a diversity of soil macro- and mesofauna.

Parabuteo unicinctus

Native species of bird of prey that is abundant on the property. Biological controller of rodents and rabbits.

Acanthinodera cummingi

This is the largest beetle in chile, measuring up to 15 cm. Their presence indicates healthy ecosystems, since they lay their eggs in decomposing native wood.

Vanellus chilensis

This bird species is very characteristic of the Chilean countryside. Its presence on the property indicates healthier soils, since its diet consists of insects and larvae that live in these lands.

Phylodryas chamissonis
Long-tailed snake

Their presence helps in the biological control of pests, such as rodents, and in maintaining balance in the ecosystem.

Lycalopex culpaeus
Andean Fox

It is the largest native mammal in our countryside, whose presence indicates a healthy ecosystem, because it naturally controls pests. Unfortunately, it is threatened as a result of habitat encroachment.

Anairetes parulus

An insectivore species that contributes to biological pest control. It remains close to crops thanks to the presence of biological corridors.

Epiclopus gayi
Native Chilean Bee

The native Chilean bee. These busy workers pollinate several species of native shrubs, such as the miner's flower, where we have found it sleeping. 

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