The JA-6104 road again adds the death of another lynx between the Jiennense municipalities of Linares and Vilches. On this occasion she is about the mother of the two offspring who also died run over on this road and that everything makes him indicate that she was looking for the young of her. For this reason, from the Iberian society for the study and conservation of ecosystems (SIEP) claims action protocols that avoid these deaths due to Atropello.
Siece President, Francisco Jesús Martín, has alerted the "inoperative and lack of coordination of the competent authorities on the environment and trafficking" Since after having sighted to the specimen, the corresponding notice had been given by the risk of abuse of An Iberian lynx in the vicinity of JA-6104, although it finally concluded with the death of the animal.
Last day August 26, the same day who died atroples, two farmers of between five and six months, Siece members warned the presence of an Iberian lynx female (Lynx pardinus), radiomarcated, in the vicinity of the Road JA-6104 joining the Jiennense town of Vilches with the Vadollano station, alerting the imminent hazard of running and, therefore, at risk of accident for the users of the road.
Martín has indicated that "at the impossibility of contacting the telephone 062 of the Civil Guard after a first call attempt," finally notified the emergency telephone 112, to highlight "the urgent need to start a regulation device Of traffic until the animal abandoned the vicinity of the road. "
Two hours later the death of the animal was confirmed by Atropello, corroborating the tragic outcome. It was a female about four years, radiolated, but that has not worked the follow-up GPS for a long time. She turned out to be she the mother of the two young people who had also died run over and that she was in the area looking for her puppies.
Martín has pointed out that there is a third baby who has supposedly saved his life and that he is supposed to be found in the area. Siece has criticized "media insufficiency and lack of coordination of the competent authorities on the environment and trafficking, the emergency telephone 112 and the project of conservation of the Iberian Lynx, and the absence of an immediate action protocol Faced with the risk of threatened wildlife running. "
It has been incidental that the Iberian Lynx is a species included in the national catalog and in the Andalusian catalog of threatened species with the category of 'Endangered Extinction'. For this reason, the species is part of a coordinated project of recovery of its populations in Spain and Portugal.
One of the most important Iberian lynx nuclei of the Iberian Peninsula is located in the vicinity of the Guarrizas Valley of the River (Jaén), with an estimated population of 140 copies, which whose reproductive population was part of the dead female for Atropello and His two young, also run over.Updated Date: 05 September 2021, 03:47