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SOS Cagarro

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Hidden : Saturday, 01 November 2014
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A Campanha, que decorre nos Açores desde 1995, tem como principal objetivo envolver as populações e entidades no salvamento dos cagarros juvenis encontrados junto às estradas e na sua proximidade. Alguns dos cagarros juvenis salvos nos Açores há mais de 7 anos já regressaram ao nosso arquipélago para acasalar e ter as suas crias. A Campanha SOS Cagarro decorre entre 15 de outubro e 15 de novembro, período que coincide com a saída dos cagarros juvenis dos ninhos para o primeiro voo oceânico, e está organizada em 2 vertentes: a de Educação Ambiental e a de Conservação da Natureza.

Objetivo do encontro: Gerar uma brigada de salvamento de Cagarros que possam estar caídos na estrada.

Horário do Encontro: 20h às 21:30horas (1 de Novembro)

Equipamento necessário: Roupa apropriada para passeio noturno, Colete refletor, Luvas ou pano para envolver o Cagarro

The Campaign takes place in the Azores since 1995 with the main goal of engaging people and organizations in the rescue of young Cory’s Shearwaters found along and in close proximity to the roads. Some of the young Cory’s Shearwaters saved in the Azores more than 7 years ago have already returned to our archipelago to mate and build their nests. The SOS Cagarro Campaign runs from the 15th of October to the 15th of November, time when the young Cory’s Shearwaters leave the nest for their first transoceanic flight, and is organized around two sectors: Environmental Education and Nature Conservation.

Why is it so important to participate in the conservation of the Azorean Cory's Shearwater?

Several factors threaten to the conservation of this species:

•the destruction of their nesting habitat due to the introduction of exotic plants and animals, urban growth and coastal roads network;

•the capture for various purposes, including obtaining bait;

•the high mortality during autumn, coupled with the running-over and collision of juvenile Cory’s Shearwater on the roads and localities.

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