Welcome to the website of Consultants in Biology of Conservation  

Thanks for visiting our new website. In it you can find useful information you need about our company and about the services we offer.

Consultants in Biology of Conservation, S.L. is a company who works in different fields related to the conservation of nature and the environment both nationally and internationally since its creation in 1992. 

Our team has extensive experience in different fields such as:

  • Studies on fauna and flora. Conservation and management of threatened species.
  • Ordination and planning of natural spaces.
  • Environmental mapping-GIS.
  • Environmental impact assessment.
  • Community environmental policy.
  • Training, dissemination, environmental education and communication.
  • Hunting management

Consultants in Biology of Conservation, S.L. works with several autonomous public administrations, national and European Union department. As well as with private companies and non-governmental organizations related to the sectors of energy, environment, engineering, education, outreach and communication.

Consultants in Biology of Conservation, S.L. has a multidisciplinary technical team with extensive professional experience, which is complemented by external collaborations when the technical characteristics of the work demand it. In this way we can guarantee the best of services in any field of action related to the environment.

Consultants in Biology of Conservation, S.L. also has all the technological and material resources (vehicles, optics, computer software, remote sensing and phototrapping equipment ...) necessary to carry out effective work. We always maintain a high level of technical quality, a rigorous compliance with current regulations and a strict observation of the deadlines agreed with our customers.

Our main clients

  • International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN)
  • European Commission (EC)
  • Ministry for the Ecological Transition (MITECO)
  • Autonomous Organization for National Parks (OAPN)
  • National Museum of Natural Sciences (MNCN)
  • Spanish National Research Council (CSIC)
  • Royal Botanical Garden of Madrid