It's both easy and tempting to be cynical about the motives of Coca-cola in sponsoring this initiative and regard it as no more than corporate 'greenwashing' - and maybe it is - but the fact remains that their interest has help create a much needed reserve and informational materials that promote interest in the threatened marismas of the area.
I've written several times about the Trebujena area (see birdingcadizprovince.weebly.com/cadiz-birding-blog-page/spring-2019-update-5-three-cheers-for-trebujena) but make no apology for returning to the topic once again. My reason for doing so is that the WWF and Coca-Cola - who sponsored the restoration of the marshes - have put together an interesting website called "Guadalquivir Challenge" about the project (see Guadalquivir Challenge: protection of the water of the estuary | Coca-Cola ES (cocacolaespana.es)) with a video (#MisiónPosible: Desafío Guadalquivir logra su principal objetivo - YouTube) and a downloadable booklet in Spanish and English (guia_biodiversidad_ingles_1.pdf (panda.org)).
Even those who, like me, have a woefully inadequate command of Spanish will find the video of interest; if a picture is worth a thousand words then a video must surely be worth still more!
Of course, it's not nearly enough and much, much more needs to be done to protect this important area but it is at least a start.
About me ...
Hi I'm John Cantelo. I've been birding seriously since the 1960s when I met up with some like minded folks (all of us are still birding!) at Taunton's School in Southampton. I have lived in Kent , where I taught History and Sociology, since the late 1970s. In that time I've served on the committees of both my local RSPB group and the county ornithological society (KOS). I have also worked as a part-time field teacher for the RSPB at Dungeness. Having retired I now spend as much time as possible in Alcala de los Gazules in SW Spain. When I'm not birding I edit books for the Crossbill Guides series.