Mexico City / 07.08.2021 13:57:08
Mayor’s office Cuajimalpa de Morelos, through the Directorate General of Resources Natural and Protected Areas, reported the birth of five deer tail mexican white between May and June of this year.
This was thanks to one more of the mayor’s commitments Adrian Rubalcava Suarez, who has implemented mechanisms of action for the strengthening, conservation and protection of environment.
The birth of fawns is a significant contribution to the preservation and restoration of natural resources and the wild life in Cuajimalpa, the Mexico City and our country.
According to Environment Secretariat Environment and Natural Resources (Semarnat), this mammal records 38 subspecies on the continent, of which 14 have their habitat on land Mexican.
The Wildlife Conservation Management Unit (UMA), named Desierto de los Leones Ecological Education Center Peteretes, indicated that the new hatchlings are are in good health and that there are currently 25 deer, of which 18 are females and 7 males.
The white-tailed deer (Odocoileus Virginianus Mexicanus) It is one of the most charismatic Mexican wildlife species, therefore, they are a good attraction for tourists who come to the Bosque del Desert of the Lions.
Protection of other species
Among the environmental activities projected by the amayor, it is contemplated to carry out the promotion and protection of the axolotl of mmountain and the reproduction of the conejo teporingo, endangered species extinction, as well as the production of endemic trout, in the desert area of the Lions.
The ecological commitment that maintains this administration with citizens has been reinforced with actions in favor of of the care and protection of environment.