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By choosing cork as an intrinsic part of our DNA, we are contributing to the maintenance of the cork oak forest, which ensures great natural biodiversity in terms of wild fauna, which includes 24 species of reptiles and amphibians (53% of the Portuguese population), more than 160 bird species and 37 mammal species (60% of Portuguese mammals). Cork oak forests provide escape and nesting shelters and feeding areas for various species of fauna.

Mammals found in cork oak forests include hares, weasels, wolves, genets, wild boars, deer and some Iberian lynxes – the most endangered feline in the world finds its preferred habitat in cork oak forests and cork oak forests.

The cork oak forests of the Iberian Peninsula are the ideal habitat for millions of birds, such as the kestrel, the owl, the royal shrike, black storks, Iberian imperial waters, kites, black vultures, robins, thrushes, finches and -sticks, as well as for the 60,000 herons that arrive annually from Northern Europe. There may also be hoopoes and bee-eaters, larks, starlings, jays, magpies, nightingales, warblers and warblers, tits, creepers, sparrows and redbirds.....

Woodland lark.