The remains of a flamingo that died of drought, which activists connect with the irrigation techniques in the region, is seen in Turkey's Lake Tuz, one of the largest hypersaline lakes in the world, near Cihanbeyli a town in Konya province, Turkey, July 14, 2021. Turkish Minister of Agriculture and Forestry, Bekir Pakdemirli said around 1,000 birds were thought to have died but denied that agriculture was to blame. REUTERS/Stringe

The remains of flamingos including hundreds of flaminglets that died of drought, which activists connect with the irrigation techniques in the region, are seen in Turkey's Lake Tuz, one of the largest hypersaline lakes in the world, near Cihanbeyli a town in Konya province, Turkey, July 14, 2021. Thousands of baby flamingos have died at Turkey's Lake Tuz in the past two weeks from a drought that environmentalists said was the result of climate change and agricultural irrigation methods. REUTERS/Stringer

The remains of flamingos including hundreds of flaminglets that died of drought, which activists connect with the irrigation techniques in the region, are seen in Turkey's Lake Tuz, one of the largest hypersaline lakes in the world, near Cihanbeyli a town in Konya province, Turkey, July 14, 2021. Lake Tuz is home to a flamingo colony where up to 10,000 flaminglets are born every year. REUTERS/Stringer

The remains of flamingos including hundreds of flaminglets that died of drought, which activists connect with the irrigation techniques in the region, are seen in Turkey's Lake Tuz, one of the largest hypersaline lakes in the world, near Cihanbeyli a town in Konya province, Turkey, July 14, 2021. REUTERS/Stringer

The remains of flamingos including hundreds of flaminglets that died of drought, which activists connect with the irrigation techniques in the region, are seen in Turkey's Lake Tuz, one of the largest hypersaline lakes in the world, near Cihanbeyli a town in Konya province, Turkey, July 14, 2021. REUTERS/Stringer