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Access to the long-term monitoring dataset of the distribution and abundance of diurnal butterflies (Papilionoidea) in Doñana 2007-2022

The dataset of the long-term monitoring of diurnal butterflies in the natural area of Doñana is already available in the institutional repository of Council for Scientific Research (Digital.CSIC), in the biodiversity data infrastructure (GBIF) and in the research and monitoring site registry of metadata of the European long-term monitoring network (DEIMS-SDR).

The Scientific Collections of Doñana participate in the II General Assembly of DiSSCo -ES within the framework of the INFRA20012 project

The team of the Scientific Collections service of the Doñana Biological Station (EBD) integrated into the ICTS-RBD, has participated in the second meeting of the NN-DiSSCo-ES infrastructure, within the INFRA20012 project (financed by the GII program of the CSIC), as well as in the Second General Assembly of the Node at the express wish of Rafael Zardoya, coordinator of the Node and director of the MNCN (National Museum of Natural Science). Both events took place on 30 of May, at the National...

The ICTS-RBD participates in the III ENETWILD Meeting in Brussels

From 23 to 25 of May, wildlife monitoring experts from different European institutions in Europe, met in Brussels to discuss the results and evolution of the ENETWILD project, an initiative led by the Institute for Research on Hunting Resources (IREC) of the CSIC, in which the ICTS-RBD participates within the European Wildlife Observatory (EOW).

The world's first upright whale skeleton is installed at the Doñana Biological Station

From 3 to 8 of May, the assembly of a complete skeleton of a Fin whale (Balaenoptera physalus physalus), the most common whale in the North Atlantic (with the Common minke whale (Balaenoptera acutorostrata)) and the largest of its family after the Blue whale (Balaenoptera musculus), took place in the hall of the Doñana Biological Station in Seville (EBD-CSIC).

Long-term trend in Mediterranean carnivore populations in Doñana shed light on the long-term evolution of the main Mediterranean species

The analysis of carnivore trends in Doñana National Park, led by members of the ICTS-RBD monitoring team, reveals that the populations of 5 species studied in the park have evolved differently over the last 15 years. Long-term studies on community composition and relative abundance are key tools in wildlife management and for biodiversity conservation.


Start a project

If you plan to do research in Doñana, you must bear in mind that your project must be approved by the Research Access Commission of the Doñana Participation Council. The ICTS-RBD provides assistance throughout the procedure. Read more

Request access, accommodation and/or technical and logistic support

Once your research project has been approved by ICTS-RBD, you can request access and accomodation in the Biological Reserve using this online form and/or logistic or technical support using this online form . Do not forget to read carefully the facilities’ use rules. Read more

Request biodiversity data

Raw data requests are made via the following application . In addition, it is possible to visualize ICTS-RBD biodiversity monitoring data at the Data Infrastructure and access essential ecosystem indicators at the Global Change Observatory

Bird Ringing Lab

The Bird Ringing Lab is a service of ICTS-RBD that centralizes all scientific ringing activities undertaken in Doñana, and coordinates non-metallic bird banding in Spain. Read More