• Itinerant photographic exhibitions of nature, calendars, publications and collaborations in different organizations and institutions, both public and private. Magazines: Muy interesante, Naturaleza Salvaje. 
  • Images from the book “La sierra de Enguera” by Jose M. Simón.
  • Book of Castelló.
  • Images from the book about the town of Navarrés.
  • Photographic work for the Sierra Mariola interpretation center.
  • Images for the El Corralot Reserve-Lake Environmental Association.
  • Year 2002: Together with the teacher Salvador Murillo, the book “Plants are the solution” was published by the Castelló City Council, where 214 images of plants from the Valencian Community are collected, including medicinal, toxic and other significant ones.
  • Photographic work Toll d’Ascla Natural Area (Onda).
  • Photographic work for the natural area “curs mitjà del riu Palància”.
  • Year 2003: images selected by the Natural Reserve for the promotion of this space located in the Community of Madrid.
  • 1st Photography Prize Rodrigo Sancho. Canals. (1993)
  • 1st prize in the Patrimoni Pallarés 2005 photography contest organized by the Regional Council of Pallars Jussà and the Regional Museum of Natural Sciences of Tremp.
  • 5th prize in the photographic contest of the AigüesTortes and Estany de Sant Maurici National Park, 2005.
  • 2nd prize “Mirades d’au” photography contest (2011)
  • Lucha biológica en el viñedo mediante el uso de la biodiversidad.
  • Bodegas Enguera:
Jose Mena Álvarez as a nature photographer aims to publicize his work that responds to the initiative of showing images through photographic exhibitions of the most important and emblematic species that coexist with us daily in rivers, ravines, forests, fields and mountains.
Photographic exhibition of birds from the Valencia Community at the Polytechnic University of Valencia. May 2003.
“Nature, restless by itself, offers with great difficulty any approach to be contemplated and admired. Photography is a means of connection that acts as a link to understand, value and even protect it.”
Article “The last shepherds of Caroig” in the Caroig magazine. June 2017.
Has it happened to you that you are walking while listening to the birds singing around you?
The truth is that during the different seasons of the year, many species are present in the town and on the outskirts. To know them, what better than to keep your eyes open and your ears attentive to be able to observe and distinguish them.
Article titled Cavidades con arte rupestre en los montes de Tous. Un patrimonio para conocer y estimar, which is part of chapter 4 of the book Cuevas y simas de Tous, published by the City Council of said town, in which I have collaborated with friends Ximo Martorell, Trinidad Martínez Rubio and other authors.

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