| The general director, Fulgencio Perona and the Environment Councilor, Silvia Egea, participate in the release of a laughing seagull, after his visit to the Wildlife Recovery Center | The General Directorate of Natural Environment, dependent on the Ministry of Water, Agriculture, Livestock, Fisheries and Environment, has scheduled different activities on the occasion of the celebration of World Bird Day, which on this occasion is commemorated under the slogan 'Las birds, quality of life indicators'. In the Salinas de San Pedro Regional Park, a visit entitled 'The fascinating world of birds' was offered today, addressed to all audiences, which was attended by the general director of Environment, Fulgencio Perona, accompanied by the councilor for Environment Environment of San Pedro del Pinatar, Silvia Egea.
In addition, a laughing seagull has been released, treated at the Center for the Recovery of Wild Fauna of the Autonomous Community. Specifically, the Information and Environmental Promotion Service in the Network of protected areas of the Region of Murcia has organized other guided tours on the occasion of this anniversary, throughout this month of October, aimed at both the general public and the public.
students of schools, following the security protocols established in the Covid-19 health framework. Thus, on October 13 and 14, the visit organized in this regional park will be aimed at students from a nearby school. For its part, in the Sierra Espuña Regional Park tomorrow Sunday, October 4, a visit will be offered that will run through the surroundings of the Barrancos de Gebas, which serves as a refuge for different species of birds. In the Calblanque Regional Park, on October 18, there will be a visit entitled 'The environments of the birds', in which the relationship between the different environments of this Park and the diversity of birds will be made known.
inhabit. In the Cañaverosa Nature Reserve, on October 24, the visit will be entitled 'Awaken the senses on the path of the huertecica', in which the birds that inhabit this environment will be revealed. In the El Valle and Carrascoy Regional Park, on October 25, the visit will be to the Wildlife Recovery Center, with the title 'The Birds of the Region of Murcia, ambassadors of biodiversity', in which information will be given on the different problems they face.
Source: Ayuntamiento de San Pedro del Pinatar