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Grassland meadows are semi-natural habitats with rich biodiversity. In these meadows we find a great variety of plant species, butterflies and an associated insectivorous wildlife, which at the same time serve as food for some birds. These are habitats with a high conservation interest at European level.
These grassy meadows have a changing appearance throughout the year. In the spring they are tall and lush, and in winter they are flat. Grass is used to feed cattle during the winter, and at the end of summer and in autumn, the meadows are profiteer by the pasture.
The ecological importance of these meadows does not lie only in their biodiversity, but also in the prevention of fires.