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ON ASSIGNMENT

Francisco Márquez and the Spanish biologist Isabel Juárez are in Greece photographing and filming the Dalmatian pelican at Prespa Lake to incorporate it on a video about conservation project of the Dalmatian Pelican in the Balkans. It is commissioned by the CEPF (Critical Ecosystem Partneship Fund) about this magnificent species, the world’s largest bird with […]

ON ASSIGNMENT

  Jaime Rojo is in Montenegro taking photographs and filming on Skadar Lake for a multimedia that we are doing about conservation project of the Dalmatian Pelican in the Balkans. It is a commissioned by the CEPF (Critical Ecosystem Partneship Fund) about this magnificent species, the world’s largest bird with a vulnerable population.  

ON ASSIGNMENT

Iñaki Relanzón is in Montenegro photographing Dalmatian pelican, researchers and local fishermen on Skadar Lake for a multimedia that we are doing about conservation project of that species in the Balkans. It is commissioned by the CEPF (Critical Ecosystem Partneship Fund) about this magnificent species, the world’s largest bird with a vulnerable population.

WILD10

Official presentation of THE LIVING MED in WILD10, a prestigious international event about conservation and photography which is held every four years and in 2013 has chosen the city of Salamanca (Spain) as a meeting point for thousands of artists, journalists, researchers, politicians, etc. in order to assess the situation on the planet and design […]

SYLVIA EARLE

Francisco Márquez, Iñaki Relanzón and Sylvia Earle, the renowned American marine biologist who attended WILD10 (Salamanca) and was interested in our project THE LIVING MED. Sylvia was a pioneer in oceanographic research and she takes part of National Geographic explorer. Nowadays, she leads the MISSION BLUE project for the protection of the marine areas worldwide.

SALAMANCA

THE LIVING MED has organized a photographic exhibition at Plaza Anaya of Salamanca (Spain), in the heart of the city where many people (especially university students) walk and meet every day. In addition, nature photographers worldwide can also contemplate to attend WILD10, an international event about conservation and photography which is held every four years. […]

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