Bustards, little bustards, bitterns, hawks, partridges and, of course, barn owls and Little owls are just some of the species that depend on the agricultural environment for survival. Many of these species have seen reduced or altered drastically rural habitats they need to feed and reproduce, suffering significant declines in their populations and ranges. From Brinzal, we have been working for several years to protect dependent birds of farming features. AgroSOSteinable, the project that we executed in Madrid and Castilla-La Mancha with the support of the Biodiversity Foundation, the Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Environment, throughout last year, also continues during 2015. The aim is to increase the amount and quality of habitat available in rainfed agriculture for these birds in the peninsular center, always from the collaboration with farmers and other rural actors. If you want to help us to conserve these birds, contact us at 679 58 52 14 or email@example.com.
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