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NOW WE HAVE BIO FLOATING ISLANDS IN THE OLIVE GROVE!!

As part of the project LIFE OLIVARES VIVOS and coordinated by SEO BIRDLIFE project, we have anchored two floating islands in our water storage reservoir… we have named them Bio-islands!

BIOISLAS_Flotantes_Proceso2_Castillo_de_CanenaThese floating islands are a type of artificial wetland where emergent plants are installed on floating structures and are used in phytodepuration, landscaping and projects of conservation and regeneration of the territory.

These are two different ponds, one of gravel and the other of vegetation, as they will be able to house different types of birds and generate habitats conducive to nesting and rearing offspring. Among them we highlight the high probabilities for the Great Cormorant, Grey Heron, Shadow Gull, Large Andarrios, etc.. And as a nesting point, we hope it will be populated by the Black-headed Gull, the Little Plover, mallard, coot, bittern, water redfish, wahoo and other species that we will be censusing over the coming months … We will have you updated!

Once again, we continue to bet on the sustainability and biodiversity of our olive grove!!

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1 Comments

  1. Maite says:

    Una sorpresa realmente agradable ya que unicamente conocia vuestros productos, en concreto el aceite al aroma de roble que tantas veces he regalado.
    Enhorabuena por esta iniciativa. Parece que empezamos a ser conscientes de que el ser humano no es el único ser vivo que ocupa el planeta.
    Gracias

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