Citizen science is a powerful way to engage the public in scientific research and contribute to the understanding of biodiversity and ecology. At CIBRA, we recognize the importance of citizen science and actively promote public involvement in scientific projects.

We believe that citizen science offers a unique opportunity for individuals to take part in research projects, providing them with a sense of ownership and pride in their contribution to scientific knowledge. Moreover, the participation of volunteers in data collection increases the amount of information available to researchers, thus expanding the scope and depth of our understanding of biodiversity and ecology.

By engaging citizens in our research, we also aim to promote awareness and appreciation of biodiversity and ecology, and to foster a deeper comprehension of the importance of preserving and protecting our natural environment. Our citizen science initiatives also enable us to build stronger connections between researchers and the public, and to work together towards common goals.