UDENA - Natural History Unit for Latin America & Spain
UDENA is a Natural History Unit dedicated to facilitating, producing and promoting films about the wildlife of Ibero-America for international broadcast.
More than half of UDENA’s productions involve the wildlife of Spain and/or Latin America.
Biodiversity in Latin America and Spain
Latin America has the greatest biodiversity in the world.
Spain is the country with the greatest biodiversity in Europe.
Both enjoy a uniquely rich biodiversity as well as sharing strong cultural and linguistic links.
The current goal of UDENA is to bring together people passionate about preserving the environmental heritage of Latin America and Spain by showing its beauty and fragility through world class Natural History films to be shown around the world.