Our goals

The battle against the loss of biodiversity is a hot topic for years now. That's why numerous actions in the field have been taken to restore and improve the life of threatened and less threatened species. But despite all good intentions monitoring of species and gaining scientific information about the needs of these species is often not included. And at this point Tracing Nature wants to give a helping hand.
Tracing Nature wants to do research on the life of hidden and mysterious species, based on scientific research methods. This information will be transferred to nature managers whom than can develop accurate management actions to maintain long term survival of these species.

The Nightjar, our first case-study, is an excellent example of this. The last 3 years we have discovered a lot of new information about this hidden creature. The Agency for Nature and Forest uses this information to optimize their terrain-actions that have to assure long term survival of this cryptic species.