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Sowings for wildlife in La Alcanara (03/12/2018)

Within the framework of the agreements of custody of the territory, signed by the City Council of Alhama de Murcia with the Association for the Custody of the Territory (ACUDE) and with the Society of Hunters Las Cañadas de Alhama, management actions have begun on the farm public La Alcanara.

In addition to the work of promoting hunting fauna, such as the placement and maintenance of feeders and drinking troughs, very beneficial actions for the red partridge, the wild rabbit or the hare, and also for threatened species, this week has begun the planting of plots with rain-fed cereals.

A very interesting action for the environment, since, in addition to providing complementary food to wildlife, contributes to the diversification of habitats and the landscape of the plains that form the Saladares del Guadalentín.

During the planting, the secretary of ACUDE, Juan Luis Castanedo, was present, accompanied by the member of the Hunters Society, Andrés Serrano, and its president, Antonio Valero, who coordinated the work.

Birds as threatened as the little bustard, resembling a bustard but on a small scale, and others that share the same steppe habitat as, for example, the ortega or churra gangue, manifest great love for these cultivated and sown fields, which makes this initiative one of the most important actions that can be performed in the salt marshes.

The Cañadas de Las Cañadas de Alhama Society, which is carrying out the plantings, has the required authorizations, both from the City Council of Alhama and from the competent Regional Administration, since the Saladares del Guadalentín is a protected area of ​​great vulnerability.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Alhama de Murcia

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