Mburucuyá National Park is a National park in Argentina. It is located in the north west of the Corrientes Province around 150 km from the city of Corrientes and covers an area of 176 square kilometres of the Iberá Wetlands. The zone is divided between three distinct natural regions chaqueña, espinal and selva paranaense. Chaco Oriental is composed of woodland, palms, grass plains and wetlands. Some characteristic native species are quebracho (quebracho colorado and quebraco blanco) urunday and viraró, prosopis, palms and caranday. Selva Paranaense is the area characterised by small hills, local species include the syagrus romanzoffiana palm timbó and laurel. El Espinal region is populated with yatay palms, poaceae and diverse xerophile woodland.
The park has around 150 species of birds, and many species of animal including capybara, caymen, foxes armadillos jaguars and brown howler monkeys. Endangered species include maned wolf neotropical river otter and marsh deer. Native fish species include golden dorado and pseudoplatystoma