Guillermo García-Saúco Sánchez (Albacete, 1993) studied BSc Zoology at the University of Hull (United Kingdom). He then earned a Master’s degree in Science Communication at the International University of Valencia (VIU), as well as a certificate in Applied Entomology at the National University of Distance Education (UNED). From a very young age, he has been interested in Natural History, particularly in Ornithology, Entomology and Botany in general. He has also participated in several courses on science and nature illustration. In 2016, his first solo exhibition (“Alcaraz, a natural history”) took place at the Eco-Museum of the Sierra de Alcaraz and Campo de Montiel. Besides, he actively participates in the Society for the Recovery of the Native Woodland (ARBA). He is currently producing his thesis on animal diversity (entomological groups; pollinator nets) associated to the recreation of plant communities at the Botanic Garden of Castilla-La Mancha.