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The European ShowCase project will help build bridges between agriculture and biodiversity conservation

Biodiversity on farmland is steeply declining throughout Europe and society at large is increasingly concerned about the loss of public goods, such as iconic local fauna and cultural landscapes. In...

Where to head: environmental conditions shape foraging destinations in a critically endangered seabird

An international team monitors reproductive Balearic shearwaters, a critically endangered species, in Ibiza for four years to determine the most important feeding areas for this population and...

EBD looks for alternatives in schools to avoid the disappearance of unknown invertebrates

Linderiella baetica is a small shrimp-like animal that swims on its back. The temporary pools in which it lives are usually appreciated by the population, who generally do not consider losing them....

Interactions among global change pressures act in a non-additive way on bumblebee individuals and colonies

Insect-mediated pollination is fundamental for terrestrial ecosystems as well as for crop production. However, bee populations are declining as a consequence of different global change pressures....

More than have a million birds registered in Doñana during winter

Last January, the Natural Processes Monitoring Team (ICTS-RBD) of the Doñana Biological Station carried out the International Waterbird Census during winter in the Guadalquivir Marshes (Doñana...