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12 Aprile 2021
The refectory chooses once again the beaches of Bari to lay their eggs: a sign of the quality of the territory
Apparently, for some years now, some bird species have also fallen in love with Bari and its climate.
We learn, in fact, that from some time onwards the fratino , this small bird recognizable by some black spots on the eyes, beak and chest , has decided to spawn on the coast south of Bari, precisely Torre Quetta (one of the and present in the city, temple of summer nightlife) .
The phenomenon, as well as inaugurating the much desired spring, confirms the quality of the environment chosen by the fratino ; normally this species, in order to nest, lays its eggs in humid and - above all - clean environments, a detail which shows the quality of the air, water and more generally of the surrounding environment in which the eggs are placed .
Considering that the nesting settlements of the fratino influence the award of the much sought-after blue flag , it goes without saying that the news does not leave indifferent at all, especially birdwatchers .
Furthermore, this species (unfortunately) is at risk of extinction, so knowing that Bari contributes in some way to safeguarding their life cycle (thanks also to the institutions premises that are protecting and monitoring the 15 nests found this year) can only make us all more proud of this wonderful territory .
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