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Tablas de Daimiel National Park (Parque Nacional de las Tablas de Daimiel) is a nature reserve in south-central Spain on La Mancha plain in the province of Ciudad Real. It is a wetland in an arid part of Spain. As well as having national park status, it enjoys international recognition as a wetland on the list of the Ramsar Convention and as the core of the Biosphere reserve Mancha Húmeda. The European Union has designated it a Special Protection Area for birds.

Tablas de Daimiel (TDNP) is the smallest of Spain's fourteen national parks. It covers an area of 19.28 km². TDNP is a floodplain wetland created where the Gigüela river joins the Guadiana river. It is home to many bird species, some year-round residents, some migratory.

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