The last week Marta Múgica of Volterra has been visiting the FNYH natural reserve Campanarios de Azaba. Together with the foundation’s biologists they have been walking the areas to observe animal behaviour and see their reaction to the different color lasers. During daylight the trials were inconclusive with few animals and being very shy and jumpy. Also at night the trials had some indication of animals (wild boar mostly) being deterred, but in general it is difficult to draw any conclusions. We support the trial in Galicia that IRIS colleagues are preparing that should give us more video evidence of wild animal behaviour once they are confronted with the lasers.