To assess the achievement of the first, second and third objectives a written theoretical test will be performed, which will represent max 70% of the final mark. The theoretical exam will be a multiple choice test consisting of questions with 4 possible answers, of which only 1 is true. A correction index will be applied to avoid the random approved and 0.25 well-answered questions will be subtracted by each wrong answered.The achievement of the fourth and fifth goals will be assessed through an oral group work exposure, where class participation will also be taken into account, which will represent max 10% of the final mark. Achieving the sixth goal will be evaluated through the presentation of a filled laboratory notebook (max 7,5% ), more a specific-species visual identification test using PowerPoint presentations (max 7,5%), more a report about the work done on the field trip (máx 5% of final mark). All proposed activities (field trip, seminars, etc.) will be mandatory. Regarding the students of previous courses that have not passed the subject, their practice notes as well as their oral presentation note that they had in their corresponding year, only will be kept for those students who made the subject a maximum of two academic years ago.