Bringing the younger people to realistic sculpture to know their appearance , sexual dimorphism , to value the wildlife that surrounds us, and if necessary learn to identify species to be found in any field trip and waking interest and respect.
One of the most common uses of my sculptures is their realization for interpretation centers and museums of nature , these sites seek to bring visitors a 3D image of the most common animals in the area, this approach gets put into value the natural heritage of the area and encourage respect and care for our environment.
Views of wildlife, birds usually to place in strategic locations
- Scientific research universities, use of decoys to study animal behavior. Decoys are placed in locations where other individuals are implemented and the behavior of other individuals of the same species is observed
- Control Banding for species paw lures are used to help the capture of species and thus control the population, the lure is placed to attract other individuals of the same species , banders capture nets and placed the copies to band getting thus a control individuals
- Claim for restocking endangered species ( FCQ ) ( settlement of species) decoys are placed where we have studied the possibilities for reintroduction of the species , making the population through take up residence on the region
Also called artificial parents, are sculptures of birds that have the peculiarity of being able to put your hand on the rear handle and the spout to feed the chickens and interact with them.
- Captive breeding programs for endangered species , ( FCQ ) specialists collect the eggs considered viable and incubate them when the chicken is born and needs to be fed , then comes in artificial father, which prevents the imprint of the bird , ensuring its good integration back to the natural world.
- Falconry puppet to raise chickens when the falconer has no natural parents.
Cinema and theater
Making animal sculptures as props in film and theater. Emergence gull in Torrente 3 directed by Santiago Segura and various embodiments for theater.