In this period of crisis, the enterprising actions of young people are to be admired. They escape from unemployment and the low-paying-job, and sometimes they put themselves at risk investing a lot, but they dream about an opportunity.

“Averaves” is a new project rising like a phoenix, from the ashes. It has been created by former workers of the Natural Park of La Mata-Torrevieja, Antonio Sáez and Isabel Pitarch, taking advantage of what they do best: educate and identify environmental values in our region. They have already started doing environmental speeches, activities and expositions in La Vega Baja region.

In addition, “Averaves” gives a unique possibility for photography and ornithology lovers: someone to go with to photograph interesting birds like Audouin´s Gull, Montagu´s Harrier or Stone Curlew, using suitable hides to approach birds, perfect situations and organizing the appropriate permission with the public administrations, and due to all of this they practically guarantee that the desired photo can be taken.

The complete educational and leisure offer that Averaves provides, could become the perfect alternative to the limited supply of resources offered by the public administrations in education and environment, due to the current policy of cuts, but also due to the lack of understanding and awareness of the importance for human beings in matters like the conservation of our environment.

To be precise, transmitting the importance of conservation of species and respect for nature in general, is the target of this project that, in addition, tries to help economically the local population, cooperating with the owners of the private land where the work is done.

We can find out more about their activities on their Facebook “Averaves“. Apart from making themselves known through social networks, they also demonstrate their love for nature with the fantastic photos of Antonio Sáez, posts, videos and events, etc., all of them related to our environment, that are posted on their website.

To find out more phone Isabel on 652 699 544 English/Spanish and Antonio on 615 878 973.