The National Park of Lucano Apennine-Val d’Agri-Lagonegrese is a protected natural area located in Basilicata and, established in 2007, is the youngest National Park in Italy. It is a transition area and of environmental continuity with the two largest natural reserves of the Pollino National Park and the National Park of Cilento and Vallo di Diano, in the center of the regional system of protected areas. Its perimeter covers a large part of the Apennine Lucano, along a border that from the peaks of Volturino and Pierfaone mountains extending to the massif Sirino. Between these two complex there are the sweetest peaks of the Magdalene, a mountain range, with a sweet and less high profile, enclosing the high valley of the river Agri. The territory is rich in forests: the lower altitudinal range presents the evergreen oak forest and scrub with thermophilic oak, hornbeam, ash, flowering ash. While, in the highest part there are widespread oaks and beech trees mixed with holly, maple of Lobelio or white spruce. Without neglecting the fir forest of Laurenzana. As for the fauna you can find the wolf, the wild boar and otters along the river Agri.