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Neighbors of the Cabra Corral dam in Salta were surprised to observe many more species than usual. Nature recovers space.
The Cabra Corral dam opens between the hills of Salteños. There , usually on weekends hundreds of people will look for a relax between the water and the surrounding mountains. But for more than a month salteños can not go to visit this wonderful site: the coronavirus imposed mandatory isolation and the dam was free of humans and pollution.
During this more than a month without visits in its waters, the dam and nature were in charge of regaining strength. Changes began to be seen quickly and species that were not seen long ago encouraged to approach.
Villagers living in the vicinity of Cabra Corral indicated that, since there are no boats circling, the state of the water mirror improved markedly. Also the species that hide when there are many people came out and now abound. Wild birds, fish and turtles can be observed; even foxes or animals that, given the tranquility and stillness, are encouraged to go out for more populated areas.
The colour of water, now more transparent, invites reflection and is about the care that Argentines owe to our natural relics. This limit situation that forced us to stay at home and not to go to dikes, beaches, mountains and rivers comes to tell us that we have to take care and revalue those spaces that we like so much to enjoy.
Because it's up to us: not to throw garbage, to follow the directions of the secretaries of the Environment, to think that this place is habitat for so many species that are endangered and threatened in our presence.
When all this happens, and the Salteños return to the Cabra Corral, they'll find it different, maybe much nicer. But the dam won't be the only one to have changed.
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Publication Date: 09/05/2020
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