Thanks Miguel! Here is a google translation.
The birth of three bison calves in the Sierra de Andújar (Jaén) has confirmed this space as an ideal place for the conservation of this species. The project started in November 2020 with the arrival of 18 specimens from Poland. During these three years, the animals have adapted to the terrain to the point that the circle has been closed with the recent birth of three bison calves. In this way, the Sierra de Andújar welcomes a new species that roams freely over more than 1,000 delimited hectares.
This has been indicated by one of those responsible for the project and also by the Conservation Center in Spain for the European bison, Fernando Morán, who has stressed that the bison have been on the private property of El Encinarejo for three years, in the heart of the Sierra de Andújar, and it was now when they are “perfectly acclimatized” that their reproduction has been achieved with the birth of three offspring – two males and one female – who are “doing wonderfully”
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