Tordera’s river mouth, is a wetland of special natural value, located between the Ebro Delta, the Llobregat Delta and the Empordà’s wetlands.
Gloria’s storm in 2020 partly remade the damaged delta geomorphology and the sudden appearance of the Covid, forced the regulation of access to space. Consequently, ornithofauna quickly adapted to the new circumstances and surprisingly appeared species that were missing for years.
City councils realized about these events and decided to extend regulation beyond the lockdown and pandemic restrictions. Furthermore, inhabitants of the nearest cities, Malgrat de Mar and Blanes, changed their point of view about delta and get involved creating a new environmental entity (NatMonT).
Two years later, Tordera’s river mouth has became a natural space where some species such as the Kentish Plover (Charadrius alexandrinus) breed there again after 26 years. However, there are still threads to be tied like the space’s management. Enric Badosa and Elena Farré that belong to this local entity (NatMont) will explain us all the details about the current situation of this natural space.