M. Environmentalists said the three dead lynx are a "terrible setback and a setback" in its conservation.
Ecologists in Action said Monday that the deaths of three Iberian lynx during the last weekend in Donana is a "true setback and a tremendous decrease in the conservation of Iberian lynx, as it means the loss of more than 10 percent of the population living in the countryside. "
According to Europa Press has told the spokesman for Ecologists in Action in, fallen earth chips for sale, Huelva, Juan Romero, it is necessary to launch "an emergency plan to save the Iberian lynx" and criticized that the measures contained in the decalogue developed several years ago and committed by the Junta de Andalucia "have fallen on deaf ears."
As recalled, the measures passed by "sealing off roads in the vicinity of Donana, acting on the black, buy eve isk, spots that we know exist in themselves and encourage the creation of ecological corridors, among other issues.
In this sense, says that without urgent measures, the environmental organization "will have no choice but to ask the EU to make a review of conservation plans Iberian lynx in Donana" because, to be assessed the second Life Life with a budget of, ffxiv gil, 26 million euros, "it would deserve a failing grade."
On the other hand, rrring to the death of 'Caribou', the male moved from Sierra Morena to Do?ana to strengthen the population of this second space, said it was "absurd to bring lynx from Sierra Morena if nothing is done before and is not restore habitats and enhances the presence of rabbit in the area. "
Romero has indicated that the experience that has accumulated over the movements of this animal "has opened new challenges for research" by the "large areas crossed, reaching the border with Portugal, and the unknown of which has been the source feeding during this time. "