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Conservation of Iberian species

The Parques Reunidos Foundation collaborates with the endangered species breeding programs of the Ministry of the Environment and Rural and Marine Affairs by providing facilities and technical expertise.

We work with Brinzal, an organisation dedicated to the conservation, study and recovery of nocturnal birds of prey. Thanks to this collaboration, Zoo Aquarium of Madrid has provided more than 20 specimens of barn owls and eagle owls born in the park.

We work also with other local species in collaboration with the CRAS (Wild Animal Recovery Center located in Soto de Viñuelas).

By providing technical expertise and media coverage of the Parques Reunidos Group's parks, the Foundation collaborates in programs to breed a pair of imperial eagles granted by the Ministry of the Environment and Rural Affairs of Spain to the Madrid Zoo Aquarium, as well as European mink, also on loan from the aforementioned Ministry. A group of lesser kestrels has also been received from two Autonomous Communities (Catalonia and Madrid), which are exhibited in the Zoo facilities and whose purpose is the reproduction for the subsequent release into the natural environment of the specimens born in the Zoo.

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