Navarra has a Useful Agricultural Surface (UAA) of more than 511 thousand hectares, divided into 57% arable land, 37% permanent pasture and 6% woody crops. The contrast of climates, humid in the northern half and more Mediterranean in the southern half, encourages the cultivation of common wheat, barley, corn and vineyards on the Navarran rustic estate. On the other hand, the predominant livestock farms are sheep, with 467 thousand heads, followed by cattle and horses. The hunting activity is carried out over 964 thousand hectares. The hunting grounds in Navarra are inhabited by hunting species such as wild boar, deer, fallow deer and roe deer. Small game reserves, for their part, do so for the fox, partridge, hare, rabbit, woodcock, thrush, quail, turtledove and pigeon.
The Foral Community is located in the north of the Iberian Peninsula. From a geographical point of view, it stands out for the mountainous contrast of the Pyrenean mountain range in the northern half with the plains of the Ebro Valley in the southern half. Along its two hydrographic slopes, the Cantabrian and the Mediterranean, flow rivers such as the Bidasoa, the Araxes, the Urumea, the Arga, the Ega or the Aragón.
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