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12th January 2021 – DUNE AREA LA ADELFA, Bahía de Marbella and EL ALICATE
Re-introduction of the Sea Daffodil (Pancratium maritimum)
Recollection of the fruits of the large-fruited Juniper (Juniperus macrocarpa)
Dune conservation El Alicate

The collection of seeds and fruits as also dune conservation work continues
During the coming months between January and May, every week we will be in a different dune environment, collecting seeds or fruits of native flora that will be sent to Cantueso Natural Seeds in Córdoba. This company will give the seeds the appropriate conditioning treatment.

Over the next weeks we will disseminate these seeds or fruits again in dune areas that are still degraded. This is how, we will contribute and reinstate a new and interesting biodiversity.

Co-workers of Fundatul and volunteers will also learn how to carry out good dune conservation, manually removing different kind of invasive alien species so that these do not flourish and displace the native dune vegetation.

Date: Tuesday, 12th January 2021
Time: From 10:00 to 13:00
Where:  Dune area La Adelfa, Bahía de Marbella

1st Meeting point: At the Avda. Alameda del Mar – Bahía de Marbella  (click on the photo to get directions)
2nd Meeting point: At the Parking beside the beach Restaurant Los Sardinales > El Alicate (click on the photo to get directions)

To register as a volunteer: Please send an email to / or send a WhatsApp to: 661 026 444

– Reintroduction of the seeds of the Sea Daffodil (Pancratium maritimum)

– Recollection of the fruits of the large-fruited Juniper (Juniperus macrocarpa)

– We will walk through along the beach to get to the other dune area El Alicate

– Short break

– We will carry out a manual clearing of Invasive Alien Species (IAS)

– Wear comfortable clothing

– Laced/Velcro footwear > trainers  or walking shoes

– We recommend taking head covering with you – it could get sunny

– Take a small bottle of drinking water and a snack with you


The Delegation for the Environment will supply: buckets, tools and bags for the disposal of any IAS we dig out

Closure the activity
13 hours
Volunteers are very welcome

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Asociación ProDunas Marbella

The Association works tirelessly for the defence and preservation of the unique ecosystems that survive in the natural sand dune environments in the Province of Málaga; promotes the protection of native flora and small wildlife; promotes recovery, rehabilitation and conservation of interesting biodiversity of sand dunes areas in the municipality of Marbella.