Workshop between administrations in Seville


At the end of 2019, a working group was set up to face the problem of the Iberian lynx road mortality in the Dehesa de Abajo asphalted road (SE-MA-01).
The organisations and institutions involved in this working group are the following: the Guadalquivir Hydrographic Confederation, the Town Council of La Puebla del Rio, the Andalusian Ministry of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries, the Territorial Delegation of Agriculture, Livestock and Fisheries of Seville, WWF-Spain and the Environment and Water Agency. The first meeting occurred in February 2020, and the whole process ended on Thursday 23 September 2021.
The mitigation measures foreseen in the LIFE SAFE-CROSSING project, like the installation of AVC PS, virtual fence, and the road panels, developed through neuromarketing technique, have been considered an important tool to reduce the impact of vehicular traffic on the Iberian lynx conservation.

This workshop is part of action E7 of the LIFE SAFE CROSSING project.

For more details you can read the press release by clicking here.

This project is funded with the contribution of the LIFE programme of the European Union


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Photos: Manuel Moral Castro; Haritakis Papaioanou, Balkan Chamois Society, Pindos, Valentino Mastrella/PNALM, Angelina Iannarelli/PNALM