Interesting bird deaths in Karaman Interesting bird deaths in Karaman
Interesting bird deaths are coming to our Karamandan.com newsroom.
The people of Karaman, who sent the dead photographs of the filamingo and pelican birds, which do not normally live in our region, think that they stayed in Karaman while they migrated and they may have died due to the cold weather. Interest from the photographs belongs to a filamingo taken in Karaman Organized Industrial Zone. The other is a pelican photo taken near Deliçay Dam.
It is known that the biggest incubation area of flamingos in the world is Tuz Gölü in Aksaray. With the warming of the weather every year, flamingos from different countries and countries come here to both feed and incubate.
Filamingos that lay eggs in March, hatched after 30 days of incubation, and the young hatch after 90 days make their final flight training and migrate to hot countries such as Italy, Spain, France and North Africa in autumn. .
Many migratory birds, including pelicans, need wetlands to rest, feed and store energy on their long migration journey. Europe, Asia and Africa are 4 important bird path that passed between the two of Turkey, the Anatolian interior wetlands, also has great significance for other migratory birds such as pelicans.
Unfortunately, Akgöl reeds in Karaman Ayrancı district have dried up. As pelicans realize that they cannot find enough water and food in the Akgöl reeds, where they take a break every year, they turn to İvriz Dam as a result of this negative process.