In 1987, he rented the 48 hectare Ginès marsh area from the Camargue Natural Regional Park, of which he became the exclusive manager in 2005. This natural area is the ideal addition to Pont de Gau. Its extremely diversified habitats, the daily hydraulic management from the Park team, its layouts and infrastructures that allow for up-close observations without being seen have made it possible to welcome more than 200 bird species.
In the beginning of the 90s, his three sons, Vincent, Jérôme and Frédéric joined him and decided to continue his great work accompanied by a devout team.
Today, the Park has 60 hectares and more than 7 kilometers of nature walks, and an unequaled proximity with the birds.