The trail of biodiversity
An additional habitat has been created for wild animals and insects, offering nest boxes and wintering areas with the aim of creating some options for retreat that serve as shelters.
WILDLIFE-FRIENDLY, FOR THE LOVE OF NATURE
Wild animals in the woods, knowledge of pollinating insects that are very important to our ecosystem.
THE DEN OF THE BADGER AND THE FOX
Recognizing the footprints of wild animals in the woods through footprints on the ground, which are very similar to each other yet different.
THE BIODIVERSITY OF MOUNT MONTONE
We want to share the work done through the mapping of the species present, including Trees, Spontaneous Orchids and wildflowers with the aim of increasing tourist-recreational enjoyment with guided tours for young and old by making our environmental heritage known.
FROM THE POINT OF VIEW OF ITS MAKEUP, THE AREA IS VERY RICH IN TREE SPECIES.
Black Pine, White Spruce, Red Spruce, Beech, Mountain Maple, Norway Maple, Turkey Oak, Manna Ash, Greater Ash, Black Hornbeam, Chestnut, Hazel, Holly, Downy Oak and Holm Oak.
THE FLORA OF MOUNT MONTONE MUNICIPAL PARK
The area is made up of several hundred species, some rare and important from the phytogeographic point of view. This is an important heritage worthy of protection and preservation, representative of a mountainous area such as that of Montecopiolo.
In the municipal territory of Montecopiolo there are about 40 species, of which 20 can be observed in the area of Mount Montone.
From a few inches in height to over a meter, from the most striking red to the palest green, in the course of their evolution, the representatives of this family have developed the most disperate forms and strategies, from self-pollination to the complex "sexual" deception of the genus Ophrys.
These wonders are protected thanks to Regional Law No. 2 of January 24, 1977, which prohibits their collection throughout the entire regional territory.
THE AREAS ARE STILL SUBJECT TO STUDIES.
Info: Giancarlo 3474953126