Javier Milla, a professional wildlife photographer, will introduce us to the history of the Iberian lynx in the recent decades, mainly focused on the Sierra de Andújar Natural Park.
We will go from the beginnings when it was considered a small wild animal, and therefore an animal to hunt, to practically its extinction. Milla will also analyze how from a critical state of conservation, this species has achieved large populations in different territories which allow an optimistic future vision of this emblematic animal.
We will also see photographies of different specimens of Iberian lynx, in different environments and in different circumstances.
On the other hand, he will also show us his facet as a wildlife photographer provided by Fujifilm, showing us an audiovisual that collects the last years photographing nature, mainly birds. A conference for both photography and nature lovers!