Promoting Biodiversity under the theme of "coexistence of one day"
1.Formation of ecosystem networks that transmit nature to future generations in a sustainable manner
2.Realizing Mainstreaming Biodiversity through the Formation of Ecosystem Networks
3.Preservation of important locations by designation of areas in accordance with laws and ordinances
4.Development of biotopes (※1) using vacant spaces held by companies
5.Forest Creation for Ecosystem Networks (Reduction of Environmental Impact in Urban Areas)
※1 Habitat space of living organisms
TOYOTETSU FOREST are part of the ecosystem networks that connect the area around the eastern Yahagi River with the western hilly and rural areas.
In order to preserve the rich individuality and connection (biodiversity) of living creatures, we will protect the same type and different types of natural networks.
Ecosystem networks mean that the same type of nature and different types of nature are networked to conserve biodiversity.
Many of the wildlife do not complete their lives with a single type of nature, but utilize multiple different types of nature throughout the day, year, or life, such as eating, rest, and propagation.
As an isolated population of an organism loses its genetic diversity, it is necessary to have multiple natures of the same type in its movable range in order to breed and interact with other populations.
Even if the nature suitable for the habitation of a given organism has been lost, the risk of extinction from that area can be reduced if there is the same type of nature in the range in which that organism can migrate.
A network consists of a network that maintains communication.
Biodiversity refers to the rich individuality and connection of living things.
In the long history of 4 billion years, life on Earth has evolved to accommodate a variety of environments, and a wide variety of life forms, called 30 million species, have been created.Each of these lives has its own individuality, and all of them are directly and indirectly supported by each other.
TOYOTETSU conducts surveys three to four times a year on living creatures in forests.
Birds: 21 species
Others: 10 species
80 species were found 1 year after the TOYOTETSU FOREST was completed, and the insect species increased to 166 in April 2020, 4 years after the survey began.
We are also making bird call and making Kurikinton.
making bird call