The iberian lynx has left his mark in the school of City Real – CazaWonke – Hunting and Safaris, your daily hunting.


 

El lince ibérico deja su huella en los escolares de Ciudad Real  - CazaWonke - Caza y Safaris, tu diario de caza.El lince ibérico deja su huella en los escolares de Ciudad Real  - CazaWonke - Caza y Safaris, tu diario de caza.

The students of 3rd A and 3rd B primary school CEIP José María de la Fuente, Ciudad Real, had been embodied in a book entitled ‘The lynx Ramon’, the experiences that each one of them was to discover the iberian lynx in Montes de Toledo, where the last spring came to witness a drop of exemplary reintroduced in the framework of the Life+project Iberlince.

El lince ibérico deja su huella en los escolares de Ciudad Real  - CazaWonke - Caza y Safaris, tu diario de caza.El lince ibérico deja su huella en los escolares de Ciudad Real  - CazaWonke - Caza y Safaris, tu diario de caza.The students, guided by their teachers and a group of mothers and parent volunteers had the opportunity to complete the agenda of activities related to the interpretation of the environment and of the mediterranean forest that day, with the assistance of the release of three iberian lynxes in the region, which took place on the Fifth of Luciañez, in the municipality of Ventas con Peña Aguilera (Toledo).

This release came also the directors of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Development of Castilla-La Mancha and Andalusia, Francisco Martinez and Jose Attorney, respectively; the former president of the community castillian-manchegan, José Bono, and the current president of Castilla-La Mancha, Emiliano García-Page.

The students, very involved in the conservation of the natural environment, have left now this experience embodied in a book, in which they have recounted their impressions and ideas to conserve the iberian lynx.

Thanks to the tutelage of the technical FomeCam, the school that day were able to enjoy a hands-on class on the interpretation of the natural environment, being able to learn the flora and fauna that accompanies the iberian lynx in your daily life.El lince ibérico deja su huella en los escolares de Ciudad Real  - CazaWonke - Caza y Safaris, tu diario de caza.El lince ibérico deja su huella en los escolares de Ciudad Real  - CazaWonke - Caza y Safaris, tu diario de caza.

In parallel, put in value the work developed under the framework of the Life+Project Iberlince, the situation of special vulnerability of the iberian lynx and the problems it faces, being also reflected the importance of the citizenship for the recovery of the feline in the autonomous community is a success.

Very gratifying was to see how the school came from a prior knowledge quite extensive on the iberian lynx, which was noted with some questions very interesting that you posed to the technicians.

The school, now, they have made delivery of a copy of the book ‘El Lince Ramón’ to the technical director of Fomecam, Rodrigo Julián Sources, in appreciation for the work carried out by this company in the Life+project Iberlince.

“Take care of the lynx for that does not go away”, is one of the sayings collected in this book, which also includes the creation of several games of the lynx very fun and one which allows them to get to be ‘protective agents of the iberian lynx”.

El lince ibérico deja su huella en los escolares de Ciudad Real  - CazaWonke - Caza y Safaris, tu diario de caza.El lince ibérico deja su huella en los escolares de Ciudad Real  - CazaWonke - Caza y Safaris, tu diario de caza.The book also includes research works very well processed and synthesized the geographical areas of historical where they settled previous populations of the species in comparison with the current, the threats and the promising future that awaits you.

Fomecam is one of the partners in charge of the work developed by the Life+project Iberlince in Castilla-La Mancha. In addition, in the region the project has four partners, the ministry of Agriculture, Environment and Rural Development, WWF, Aproca and the Autonomous Organism of National Parks, the National Park of Cabañeros, where are improvements in favor of the settlement of the iberian lynx.