Extensive experience in the design and implementation of environmental education programmes for all types of profiles, including schoolchildren, senior citizens and disabled people.


Activities on board the boat, guided nature walking tours and environmental classrooms.



“The Coastline Seen from the Sea” programme, offered on board the schooner “Cantabria Infinita” in the bay of Santander and along the central Cantabrian coast.


“Santoña Nature Explorers” in the town of Santoña; “Tidal landscapes” in the Trasmiera Eco-park (Arnuero).


“The Northern Way” in Santoña and Noja, and a range of activities as part of the Cantabrian Government’s Provoca programme.


Creation of content (texts and illustrations) related to flora, fauna and ethnography for interpretative panels on self-guided tours.


Production of scripts for nature documentaries.



Interpretation panels in the Sierra Pobre mountains in Madrid (Madrid Region).


Interpretation panels in the Trasmiera Eco-park (Cantabria).


“Coastline travellers” documentary on waders, commissioned by Luz del Sueve Producciones.


We organise environment-themed courses for university students, environmental agents and sector professionals, as well as those with no knowledge of the issue. These courses include a theoretical and a practical component and are always taught by leading professionals in each field, with advice from renowned scientific institutions and personalities. In addition, we always aim to find the ideal natural settings in which to hold the lectures and carry out the practical work.


We design and organise introductory courses on the identification of animal footprints, traces and signs across the peninsula.



Identification of footprints in the Salburua wetlands (Vitoria-Gasteiz), 2016; and in Serradilla (Cáceres), 2017.


Online introductory course on the identification of footprints, traces and signs, in collaboration with the company Alburen.


Lecture on the “Environmental Education in coastal areas” course, organised by the Cantabrian Government through the Environmental Research Centre (CIMA) and the Association for the Promotion of Environmental Education (APEA).


Footprints, traces and signs of Cantabrian fauna.


Water bird ecology / River ecology / Forest bird ecology / Bird, turtle and sea mammal ecology / Large carnivore ecology and conservation.