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Doñana teems again with butterflies

Since 2007, from March to October, technicians from Doñana’s Biodiversity Monitoring Group (ICTS-RBD) perform regular surveys of butterflies (Photo Jacinto Román: Lycaena phlaeas). The surveys are performed in five different study sites, designed to include Doñana’s most characteristic habitat types: scrubland, wet grassland, pine forest and gallery forest.

A good winter for amphibians in Doñana

Last February 19th, after four weeks of fieldwork across the different Doñana wetlands (in 24 localities), ICTS-RBD’s Long-Term Monitoring Team completed the winter amphibian surveying. It has been a great winter for amphibians and it has coincided with the breeding period of most amphibian species. We have detected more than 7,000 individuals of 11 species found in Doñana, of which five are Iberian endemics.

International Waterbird Census during winter (January) in Doñana Natural Space

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 Natural Space, adjacent unprotected areas and Brazo del Este Natural Site). This census, coordinated by Wetlands International, is operating in 143 countries taking place in January or February to collect information on the numbers of waterbirds at wetlands sites.

Long-Term Determinants of Tuberculosis in the Ungulate Host Community of Doñana National Park

Animal tuberculosis (TB) is endemic in wild boar (Sus scrofa), red deer (Cervus elaphus), fallow deer (Dama dama) and cattle in south and central Spain. We studied TB at the wildlife-livestock interface in Doñana National Park for 14 years (2006-2018) in relation to host density, stochastic factors (rainfall) and environmental features (e.g., aggregation points such as waterholes).Wild boar showed the highest prevalence of TB (76.7%), followed by red deer (42.5%), fallow deer (14.4%) and...

Monitoring campaign of pond turtles distribution at Doñana National Park

The monitoring campaign of pond turtle’s distribution has been performed along last June in 23 localities of Doñana Nature Area. This monitoring is performed every 4 years in the same localities and the main objective is to register the two species of pond turtles of Doñana, the European pond turtle (Emys orbicularis) and the Mediterranean pond turtle (Mauremys leprosa), as well as variations in their distribution. This protocol was initiated in 2007 and it is carried out by placing 5 fyke...

 

Comienza un proyecto

Si planeas investigar en Doñana, debes tener en cuenta que tu proyecto debe ser aprobado por la Comisión de Trabajo de Investigación del Consejo de Participación del END (Comité de Acceso). La ICTS-RBD brinda asistencia durante todo el procedimiento. Leer más

Solicita acceso, alojamiento y/o apoyo técnico y logístico

Una vez que tu proyecto de investigación haya sido aprobado, puedes solicitar acceso y alojamiento en la Reserva Biológica de Doñana, así como apoyo técnico y logístico. No te olvides de leer detenidamente las normas de uso. Leer más

Solicita datos de biodiversidad

Puedes visualizar datos de seguimiento de la ICTS-RBD a través de nuestra Infraestructura de datos y consultar indicadores ecosistémicos esenciales derivados de dichos datos en nuestro Observatorio para el Cambio Global. Los datos brutos se ofrecen libres de cargos a proyectos de investigación competitivos, sujetos a los términos de uso incluidos en este formulario de solicitud de datos

Oficina de Anillamiento

La Oficina de Anillamiento es un servicio de la ICTS-RBD que centraliza todas las tareas de anillamiento científico realizadas en Doñana y coordina el marcaje no metálico en España. Leer más

Densidad de alcornoques

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


Estaciones de Campo

Localización de los recursos ICTS para la captura de datos automáticos.