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Doñana’s Singular Scientific-Technical Infrastructure (ICTS-RBD) provides access and support to carry out research at the Doñana Protected Areas.

For that purpose, it provides researchers with housing, facilities, technical and logistic support. It also runs programs for monitoring the status and trends of biodiversity, provides online access to all the information gathered by these monitoring programs, and delivers IT services and tools to facilitate the search and use of that information. Read more


Great Cnidarian sighting on the beach of Doñana National Park.

The last month of March in a routine work by the Monitoring Team of Natural Processes, we observed the arrival of a large number of cnidarians: Portuguese Man-of-war (Physalia physallis), and by the Win Sailor (Velella velella), these species covered large beach surfaces.

Record of wintering White-Headed ducks and Slender-Billed gulls in the Guadalquivir Marshes

Over the last twenty years, the Natural Processes Monitoring Team (ICTS-RBD) of the Doñana Biological Station carried out the mid-January census of wintering birds in the Guadalquivir Marshes (Doñana Natural Space, adjacent non-protected areas and Brazo del Este Natural Site).
The total number of birds counted has been much more modest than last year, 491,552 compared to 674,974 at the time (see previous news, 6 news), which was the highest number in the last 15 years. However, two...

First International Workshop on Glossy ibis (Plegadis falcinellus) held in Doñana

The first International Workshop on Glossy ibis has been organized by the Estación Biológica de Doñana (EBD) under the auspices of the IUCN Stork Ibis and Spoonbill Specialist Group (IUCN SIS SG) and in collaboration with the Tour du Valat (TdV), which has provided funding and organizational support. From 27th to 29th November 30 researchers and technicians proceeding from 14 different countries have met at Reserva Biologica de Doñana. The 21 talks in the workshop have provided updated and...

La EBD mejorará la eficiencia energética y los e-labs de la ICTS Reserva Biológica de Doñana (RBD)con cofinanciación de fondos FEDER

La Estación Biológica de Doñana, perteneciente a la Agencia Estatal Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas (EBD-CSIC), mejorará la eficiencia energética y los e-labs de la ICTS Reserva Biológica de Doñana (RBD) con cofinanciación de fondos FEDER

Insecticides in wild bird eggs

Recent studies demonstrated that the common pyrethroid insecticides are present in aquatic biota tissues. In this study, 123 samples of unhatched eggs of 16 wild bird species collected from 2010 to 2012 in Doñana National and Natural Park were analysed to determine 13 pyrethroids.
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Start a project

Permission to undertake scientific research at Doñana is granted on competitive basis, based on the scientific relevance, applicability to its conservation and management, and potential impact on its wildlife and ecosystems. To submit an application, you should download and fill this form (in Spanish) and submit it to: coordinacion@ebd.csic.es. Read more

Request access and housing

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

Request biodiversity data

You can visualize ICTS-RBD’s biodiversity monitoring data at the Data Infrastructure and consult essential ecosystem indicators derived from them at the Global Change Observatory. Raw data are offered free of charge to competitive research projects, subjected to the terms of use included in this data-request form. Read more

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-metal bird marking in Spain. Read More

ICTS-RBD Facilities


Densidad de alcornoques

Mapa que muestra la densidad de alcornoques de la Reserva Biológica de Doñana