Marc Mossoll Torres
He graduated as a biologist at Paul Sabatier university in Toulouse, and is a member of the grouse specialist group of IUCN (International Union for Conservation of Nature)
He is a qualified mountain guide.
For more than 12 years he has worked on mountain galliform birds, capercaillie, rock ptarmigan, and grey partridge in the Andorran, French and Spanish Pyrenees. Capture, marking, follow-up, census are some of the tasks he carried out on the birds. But he also realised several interventions on other mountain species, such as the wildcat, marten, mouflon, black woodpecker, Tengmalm owl, bearded vulture, Bonelli eagle. Expert in trapping, he is good at finding the best hide for experienced photographers. Travelling with him will give you the opportunity to get information of interest about landscape evolution, botany and even old occupations.