The environmental crisis of agriculture has led to bustards, sisones, aguiluchos, and also barn owls and little owls to a desperate situation. The scarcity of invertebrates in the fields makes it very difficult for them to reproduce successfully. The same situation seems to occur in the parks of large cities, where scops owls do not find their usual prey.
The use of pesticides is behind the absence of these small beings. The massive use of herbicides, such as glyphosate, ends up with the plants they feed on that used to be found on the margins of fields.
We sent you a proposal to collect signatures so that the European Union prohibits the use of this harmful chemical. The birds will thank you for your participation.
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- 30 Jan 2018You know where? Tell us!