Ecology of the dry-stone walls

, Dry-stone walls, which closely run through the landscape, are living buildings. They provide habitat for a wide variety of animals and plants. Hot and cold, dry and moist, shady and sunny areas lie close to each other in a confined space. Ideal retreat, hunting and wintering facilities for a variety of insects, spiders, snails, reptiles, amphibians in the columns system of a dry wall. The conservation of dry-stone walls is a contribution to the preservation of biodiversity.