More bird species in cuban ecological reserve
The researchers are carrying out studies to determine if climate change has influenced the behavior of the birds in Cuba's northern coast.
Among the species reported in the keys of Ciego de Avila which have recently experimented socio economic transformations tied to tourism are sparrow hawks, ducks, flamencos and others.
Ernesto Zulueta, technical chief of the region, told the press that according to the location of the birds, the experts will learn whether they have changed their location in order to eat and reproduce.
The ecological reserve in Cayo Coco has 36 284 hectares with coral reefs, marine life and the Loma del Puerto dunes, the second highest in the Caribbean.
Source: Radio Habana Cuba