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An Eurasian Coot, in its habitat of Golf Las Américas
GOLF LAS AMÉRICAS WILDLIFE
By Pablo Olabe
The Eurasian coot is one of the most frequent and widespread members of the Rallidae family. It inhabits wetlands with somewhat deep, calm waters and abundant marsh and submerged vegetation.
Coots are omnivorous birds that feed mainly on aquatic plants, seeds, fruits, and herbs, complementing their diet with small invertebrates, such as insects, snails, and worms.
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Grey Heron, regular winter migrant at Golf Las Américas. Photo by Pablo Olabe
Golf Las Americas joins the celebration of the World Wildlife Day / World Nature Day today, March 3. We would also like to join the celebration of other environmental awareness days in 2020: World Environment Day, World Oceans Day, World Day to combat Desertification and Drought and World Tree Day.
In this photo taken yesterday afternoon at Golf Las Americas by our naturalist Pablo Olabe, we can see the Grey Heron, a large bird with a stylized figure, long neck and grayish general color, with a variable design according to the age and season of the year.
The species is widely distributed throughout the Palearctic, where the subspecies cinerea breeds in most of Europe, Asia and Africa.
Regular winter migrants according to the status of Sociedad Ornitológica de Canarias (S.O.C.)
GOLF LAS AMÉRICAS ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
We are aware of our obligations to maintain and care for our environment. The management of Golf Las Américas, conscious of the limitation to the natural resources and the environmental impact
associated with the business activity, especially on Canary Islands, in 2004 considered it important for the introduction of 2 systems for its environmental management: The UNE-EN ISO 14.001 and the Biosphere Golf.
AREAS OF ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING
Water consumption, energy consumption, consumption of paper, dangerous residuals, urban residuals, use of pesticides, environmental legislation, flora and fauna.