I graduated in Environmental Sciences from the University of Salamanca in 2014 and I completed a Master’s Degree in Biology and Conservation of Biodiversity in 2015. I am mainly interested in the biology of vertebrates, particularly the ethological and biogeographical aspects.
Currently, I am doing my doctoral thesis in the Doñana Biological Station in Seville, studying the long-term changes in the breeding population of the Spanish imperial eagle of the Doñana National Park, to better understand the life history of individuals and the factors that influence their Lifetime Reproductive Success. I also collaborate in the scientific ringing, biometry measurements and monitoring of the fledglings born in the populations of Cádiz and Doñana.
Regardless of the professional, I love outdoor sports, especially mountaineering and climbing, and like almost everyone, I love to travel, the farther the better.