Have you seen ringed Bonelli’s eagles or Egyptian vultures?
Have you found electrocuted birds?
Biodiversity Monitoring Center of Mediterranean Mountains
The Natural Park of Sant Llorenç del Munt i l’Obac already has an updated Catalogue of flora and fauna
The work, carried out by the Conservation Biology Group within the framework of the Mediterranean Mountain Biodiversity Monitoring Centre, lists and classifies all the vascular flora and invertebrate and vertebrate animals that have been mentioned, live or have been...
New agreement between the University of Barcelona and Mava foundation to mitigate the electrocution of birds
About 39,000 birds are electrocuted every year in Spain –about 3,000 in Catalonia–, but these figures could be even higher. A great part of the birds that are affected by electrocution are protected by law and are threatened species, such as the Spanish imperial eagle...
During the last years and particularly in Catalonia, forestry exploitation has increased due to revaluation of firewood and timber, new policies promoting biomass as a sustainable energy source and actions promoting wildfire prevention. Forestry exploitation has been...
Departament de Biologia Evolutiva, Ecologia i Ciències Ambientals
Facultat de Biologia. Universitat de Barcelona.
Edifici Margalef, Avinguda Diagonal, 643 · 08028 Barcelona
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The Conservation Biology Group is a research group associated to the Department of Evolutionary Biology, Ecology and Environmental Sciences of the University of Barcelona and the Biodiversity Research Institute. The group is composed by professors and researchers linked to the University, with the collaboration of naturalists and professionals from other administrations and organizations.