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Justification for our participation in the TRINO project

The birds in the northwest area of Salamanca are the most diverse group of all vertebrates, with around 250 known species. Steppe and aquatic birds are well-represented in this area. The Riolobos Spillway has attracted many species that until recently were unknown in our regions, like the white-headed duck and the common shelduck.

The uniqueness of our natural spaces is trying to be preserved, with all of them included in the Natura 2000 network of protected areas, a programme administered by the European Union. Some places are recognised as Catalogued Wetlands.

Below we merely provide a list of these spaces and their codes:

 -Riolobos Spillway. A Catalogued Wetland, included in the Campos de Alba Site of Community Interest. A recently-created wetland, at the end of the 20th century, that has quickly been transformed into an important area, especially for birds.

-Tierra de Campiñas ZEPA(Special Protection Area for Birds) and LIC (Site of Community Interest) LIC - ES0000204. Covers 139,445 ha and includes part of the provinces of Valladolid (57%), Ávila (27%) and Salamanca (16%). Protects steppe and wetland areas.

-Campos de Alba ZEPA – ES0000359. Covers 15,443.4 ha. Protects steppe areas and some intermittent rivers, with river bank forests.

-Banks of the River Tormes and its Tributaries LIC – ES4150085. 1,834.49 ha. Protects 4 sections of the river’s middle-high course in the provinces of Salamanca (69%) and Ávila (31%).

-Halophillic areas of vegetation, unique to some steppe areas.

Knowledge and self-restrained and respectful exploitation of these resources are the motivating factors for the Nordeste de Salamanca Association’s participation in the TRINO project, in order to promote tourism linked to the process of sustainable rural development that has begun in these territories.

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