Hundreds of partridges freed to nature
Hundreds of henna partridges were freed to nature in Kozluk, district of Batman, a southeastern province of Turkey.
At least 500 partridges allocated by Nature Conservation and National Parks Directorate to the town of Kozluk, have been freed to nature at 17 points determined by Kozluk Hunters Association of Cooperation and honorary hunting inspectors.
Hundreds of partridges, known for its struggle against tick and wheat pests, were freed to nature to meet the water and nutrient needs of its natural life.
The Directorate of Nature Conservation and National Parks teams called on hunters and villagers to be sensitive at the point of protection of partridges, which there is an increase at their population in the region. (ILKHA)