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Huetor Vega's clan of nest homes

Enrollment didn't last long.

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Huetor Vega's clan of nest homes

Enrollment didn't last long. The squares flew in one second. The nest box building workshop took place at the Parque de los Pinos and was attended by fifty lucky people (out of twenty families). The Environmental Classroom of the Huetor Vega City Council was responsible for this initiative in collaboration with Operacion Encina.

Pepe Vibora was the soul of this organization and led the singing voice. She worked tirelessly for 2 weeks to ensure everything went smoothly. Her wisdom in biodiversity issues is undisputed. He explained the importance of these boxes to insectivores, which are becoming endangered, so we don't get invaded by mosquitoes, for instance. Beatriz Sanchez, the head of Huetor Vega Environmental Classroom, stated that these boxes are necessary to prevent predators from attacking insectivores (birds smaller than sparrows).

There was weeks of hard work behind this activity. The idea was to reuse materials for sustainability. Eustaquio Fuentes, a local carpenter, donated the wood he had left over from his workshop. The event was family-oriented and the children enjoyed it more than the boys. Clara, nine years old, was busy creating a home for birds like the blue tit and the common mouse.

Pepe Vibora's words are life lessons. We will not have biodiversity if we can't get birds to our forest. He warned that predatory and insect-eating birds would dominate.

Lola Aguayo (Consultant for the Environment), took the time to build her nest box. "People want do things for the environment." Aguayo emphasized the benefits and ease of creating these cubicles. "There are many children who are part of the Environmental Classroom. But there are others who are not. Even those without children are welcome. There will always be cakes for breakfast., she exclaimed.

Beatriz Sanchez, at his side, was delighted with the immediate success stories of the Environmental Classroom's proposals. The moldable soap workshop was sold quickly, in fact. We are not sure we believe it because each activity sells out instantly. It is receiving a tremendous reception. It is a project that both boys and girls embrace with enthusiasm. They love it, and they are excited about it. They love watching their plants grow. They love the sight of a root emerge from a seed. They were so interested in creating their folders. These are their little books where they keep their work.

These boxes are essential for insectivores. DIEGO LIGHT

Bea Sanchez proudly displays a photo of a "diploma" that one of her students gave her: "They are understanding things which are somewhat complicated." And I couldn’t be happier." Huetor Vegas has been a leader in environmental awareness for a while. These are the shoots for the future.

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