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The Alto del Rellano Nature Information Center - Vicente Blanes Ecological Park in Molina de Segura will unveil the park's amphibians and reptiles on Sunday, June 9 (06/06/2019)

The Nature Information Center Alto del Rellano Vicente Blanes Ecological Park in Molina de Segura, managed by the Department of the Environment of the Molinense City Council, opens its doors on Sunday, June 9, from 10:00 to 14:00.

The center opens its doors on the second and fourth Sunday of each month and proposes two activities:

At 10:30 a route will be made following the traces of the fauna in the Vicente Blanes Park pond, where the participants will enjoy the fauna of the park so difficult to detect many times.

It is recommended to wear a cap, sunscreen, comfortable shoes and clothes and water.

And, at 12.30, a workshop will be held on the curiosities of the amphibians and reptiles of El Rellano, where the different species present in the area will be known through a small talk-colloquium, ending with a manual for the More smalls.

Participation is free and it is not necessary to make prior registration, except for groups of more than 10 people.

On many occasions, going out to the countryside and observing animals, such as mammals, reptiles and amphibians, is a difficult task.

Since the wild animals are elusive and quickly detect our presence, so they tend to flee and it is difficult to get to see them.

His defense is the flight before the unknown.

To this it is added that in semi-arid zones, where Molina de Segura and Vicente Blanes Park are located, it becomes even more complicated to observe, mainly due to the weather, which is characterized by high temperatures in spring and summer, and by scarce rainfall a long the whole year.

With the activities that will be carried out this Sunday in the Vicente Blanes Park, it will be possible to verify that seeing animals in the wild is one of the best experiences any nature lover can experience.

It's something exciting, beautiful, interesting, curious and entertaining.

In addition, the search of the local fauna in its natural habitat often takes us to corners that by themselves make the experience worthwhile.

With the route that will depart from the Alto del Rellano Nature Center, there will be a walk through the mountain, up the path to the viewpoints, visit a small pond, you will discover traces and footprints and try to see animals in their midst natural.

Although the success of the search will depend on many factors, including the characteristics of the species or species that you want to see, there are a series of general guidelines that can be implemented to increase the chances of sighting and enjoy the experience to the maximum disturb the animals and their habitat.

Therefore, they will stop at the pond to try to observe amphibians and reptiles.

Attendees will be informed about 6 tips to take into account in the routes for natural spaces to observe the animal species:

1. Try to go out into the field at dawn or dusk.

We will never see animals released in the middle of the day, very hot or very cold.

2. Choose a good time of year.

If we walk through the countryside in spring and autumn, it will be much easier to find animals than in the middle of the summer because of the heat and lack of food or winter, because of the cold, the snow and the difficult conditions.

3. Always carry binoculars with you, or a good zoom in your camera will be easy to see them.

4. Make as little noise as possible.

It is clear that animals detect us quickly by smell, or sight, but above all they notice our presence by sound, try to go in silence.

5. Pay attention to traces and traces.

Although you can not see it, the fauna is there, there are many elements in the field that allow you to recognize the presence of animals, such as traces of footprints, excrement, feathers, food remains, follow some of these traces and they will take you to the zones of greater presence of animals.

6. Be patient.

This is, without doubt, one of the most important premises for the observation of wildlife.

Animals, in their natural habitat, do not behave like in zoos, or wildlife reserves;

They are scary animals, elusive and have not been in contact with humans, so, before any noise or unknown movement, they will be frightened and will run away, so we must have a lot of patience, sit in an area where we know what happens fauna, or where we have seen an animal and stay waiting, with our camera, reading, or taking advantage of something, and after a while we are sure to see the animal or some other species passing by.

Source: Ayuntamiento de Molina de Segura

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