The drying up of the Doñana Park wetlands, caused by the lack of rains in recent years, has caused a decrease in the number of specimens of threatened water birds born in this protected area.
Also in other areas such as the Rift Valley, it is alarming that there have been dying a lot of flamingos during the last decades.
It is believed that this is due to various types of bacteria and toxins that have been developed in water, the result of chemicals, toxins and man-made water pollution.
To ensure the permanence of the existence of all species of flamingos, the most effective solution is to preserve their habitat and to apply strict guidelines against pollution in those areas.
SWIM AGAINST WATER POLLUTION
Photo by Pedro Armestre