• Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino
  • Trino

Justification for our participation in the TRINO project

The central part of Tierra de Campos, known as the Northern Area of Valladolid, is a plain which human activities have transformed into a grain-producing steppe. This grain- and arable crop-producing steppe constitutes a suitable hábitat for the kinds of animals found in this landscape, ideal for their development.

The bustard rules the grain-producing steppe, measuring 0.9 m in height and a metre long, has a wingspan of two metres, and some specimens weigh more than 18 kg, making it the heaviest bird in the world that can fly.

Although the bustard is positioned as the ruler of the steppe, it is not the only protected bird that can be spotted easily; there is also the little bustard, although it is not as easy as the bustard. The lesser kestrel becomes a habitual resident when spring arrives, as does the red kite.

Birds of prey of particular interest can also be observed, such as the marsh harrier, goshawk, hen harrier, merlin, common buzzard, common hawk, and the black-shouldered kite.

Español (spanish formal Internacional)English (United Kingdom)

Follow on:

Síguenos en FacebookSíguenos en FlickrSíguenos en wikilocSíguenos en Youtube

Castilla y León es vida

Coming activities

Trino en NATURCyL 2018

There are no translations available.En NATURCyL 2018, la I Feria de Ecoturismo de…

Asamblea Ordinaria

There are no translations available.El miércoles 25 de Julio a las 11:00 Horas en el…

III CERTAMEN INTERNACIONAL DE FOTOGRAFÍA ORNITOLÓGICA

There are no translations available.III CERTAMEN INTERNACIONAL DE FOTOGRAFÍA…
Acentor_comun_106_33_Jorge_Remacha.jpg