Aun quedan unos días para el comienzo oficial del verano, pero en Brinzal ya tenemos muy claro que la época estival ya está en marcha. En las últimas semanas, a las decenas de volantones de gorriones, mirlos, estorninos, urracas y palomas torcaces, y a las decenas de pollos y volantones de cárabos (Strix aluco), búhos.. read more →

As the water of the thaw, synonymous with life, flows drop by drop, the first nocturnal raptor chicks are showing themselves. Some of them have reach Brinzal to finish a development that they have not been able to complete in nature. First came several tawny owls (Strix aluco), which entered with a few days of.. read more →

We have already started reenforcing the barmn owl (Tyto alba) population in the Community of Madrid. One more year our breeding program in captivity of this threatened species continues. Thanks to the couples of irrecoverable animals, who can not be released to nature because of their injuries, with the right conditions are capable of lay.. read more →

Aun ponía febrero en el calendario y llegó el primer pollo de cárabo (Strix aluco) de 2019. Ya nos habían llegado noticias de algunos ingresos de pollos de esta especie de nuestros compañeros de AMUS y viendo el inusual buen tiempo que nos acompaña, era cuestión de días que llegara el primero a nuestro centro… read more →

The past September we received a wonderful new, the donation of a solar generator by Som Energia Madrid, after Brinzal being winner of the contest Recover the Sun with the majority of the votes of the approximately six hundred people who make up this green energy non-profit cooperative, whose main activities are the commercialization and.. read more →

Once again, a shooted bird enters Brinzal. Once again somebody went too far with the shotgun. Once again a protected wild animal gambles its future because ofa human negligence. This time it is a majestic female Eagle owl (Bubo bubo) weighting more than 2 kilos that appears last Monday. Presenting an entry hole in the.. read more →

Although sometimes there are exceptions, like this lucky European little owl (Athene noctua) that was found just in time and recovers in our facilities, most of the times that an animal encounters an obstacle of human origin, it usually ends in tragedy. Every year, hundreds of animals entered in Brinzal because of car accidents, crashes.. read more →

Now on sale the new t-shirts with a realistic drawing of a beautiful barn owl. Made by our friend Enrique Navarro. In two models and several colors. It is a limited edition. Do not miss yours! Each euro collected will be destined to our wildlife hospital and conservation and environmental education projects. Thank you for.. read more →

El pasado 19 de octubre, y con motivo del Día Internacional del Voluntario Telefónica, una veintena de trabajadores de esta empresa pasaron la mañana construyendo unas fantásticas cajas nido. Esta actividad, organizada por Enrique Pino Agüero dentro del Programa de Voluntariado de Ilatierra, contó con la colaboración de Brinzal y de nuestros vecinos de ARBA… read more →

As you know, during this 2018 we are developing the project “Conservation of nocturnal raptors linked to agricultural means” in collaboration with the Ministry of Environment and Territorial Planning of the Community of Madrid. One of the objectives of the project is the promotion of rainfed agriculture compatible with the support of bird populations linked.. read more →