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Justification for our participation in the TRINO project

The area in which ADESCAS works includes 41 municipalities, with 166 localities spread out over an area of 2,309.8 km2.

Tierra de Campos, Los Oteros, the foothills of the mountains…all give this region a diverse range of landscapes in a very small space. There are many possible reasons for visiting our region: hiking, guided fishing trips, bicycle paths, canoes, horseback riding, flights in small planes...but ADESCAS also possesses an extensive wetland system and other river systems that cross the region from north to south and are favourable to birdwatching, which can be done from the bird observatories located at the most important lakes, where birdwatchers can learn about the variety of species. The region also stands out due to the important diversity of the steppe birds that teem in our Tierra de Campos area, with the bustard being particularly noteworthy.

The bird diversity found in our region drives us to participate in this project that aims to encourage birdwatching, with the goal of contributing to the sustainable rural development of our region.

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