Flamingos in Salt Lake Rescued, Preparing for Migration

Flamingos in Salt Lake Rescued Getting Ready for Goce
Flamingos in Salt Lake Rescued, Preparing for Migration

Environment, Urbanization and Climate Change Minister Murat Kurum made a statement on the flamingos in Salt Lake from his social media account. Minister Kurum said, “We first carried water to Tuz Gölü with tankers. It wasn't enough, we found a source, we laid miles of pipes, we gave life to flamingos. Thank God we kept the six cranes of our Anatolia alive. Now they have grown; They are preparing to fly, to migrate.” used the phrases.

Murat Kurum, Minister of Environment, Urbanization and Climate Change, promised that a series of measures had been taken for flamingos due to the drought due to climate change in the Special Environmental Protection Area Tuz Gölü and that the Salt Lake would continue to be a flamingo paradise with the measures taken. Minister Kurum shared snapshots of flamingos from Salt Lake on his Twitter account and gave information about the work done in a short time.

We are working hard not to lose even a single flamingo cub.

Minister Kurum recently shared the following information, stating that they are working hard not to lose even a single flamingo cub:

“We are carrying water with tankers to flamingos in Tuz Gölü, which is under the influence of drought, regarding the project of bringing flamingo chicks together with water in Tuz Gölü. As a continuation of this sensitivity, we have taken another step towards a permanent solution. We started uninterrupted water transfer to the bird nursery area by laying a 4-kilometer pipeline from Gölyazı Neighborhood. We are working hard not to lose even a single pup with our work.”

Thank God we kept the six cranes of our Anatolia alive

In this context, the Minister Kurum shared the following snapshots from his social media account, saying:

“We first carried water to Tuz Gölü with tankers. It wasn't enough, we found a source, we laid miles of pipes, we gave life to flamingos. Thank God we kept the six cranes of our Anatolia alive. Now they have grown; They are preparing to fly, to migrate.”

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