1. Nest boxes, both for small and larger birds, such as predatory. Birds can control certain pests, both insects and other animals.

2. Shelter boxes for bats. These flying mammals are very effective in controlling certain insect pests.

3. Posts for predatory birds. The height of the olive trees is usually very similar and there is no trees that stand out, so there are no places on which the predatory birds can perch and scan the landscape, looking for their preys. Therefore, posts are very interesting for their populations. Furthermore, they will be useful for other animals, such as bats, since they are reference points for them.

4. Nests for insects, such as bees or wild wasps, which are very important for the pollination of different plants.

5. Small ponds that will be used by amphibians and reptiles to lay their eggs, as well as for the rest of the animals to drink water, especially in summer.

6. Dry stone walls where reptiles, amphibians or insects can hide and small birds can perch.

7. Drinking fountains for the different animals that pass through or live in the olive groves.

La Sociedad Española de Ornitología es la entidad conservacionista decana de España. Desde 1954, sigue teniendo como misión conservar la biodiversidad, con la participación e implicación de la sociedad, siempre con las aves como bandera.

SEO/BirdLife es la representante en España de BirdLife International, una federación que agrupa a las asociaciones dedicadas a la conservación de las aves y sus hábitats en todo el mundo, con representación en más de 100 países y más de 13 millones de socios.

Es el socio coordinador del LIFE Olivares Vivos+.