In the second day we have conducted linear transects and vantage point monitoring methods in order to gather the needed data for the species inventory found at the quarry level and in the vicinity. The work started with observation in the quarry vicinity using linear transects towards the quarry base. We have found Lynx lynx traces and Capreolus capreolus hair and skin, fact that convinced us there have been a hunt in the area. We followed the trails that lead us directly “into the cat’s den”. A cave near the quarry is used as shelter by a Lynx lynx individual, as traces of his prey and also of his presences were found. The cave was also inhabited by different bat species and rodents. We found Lynx lynx tracks at the quarry edge. Arrived at the quarry level we started a four ours vantage point monitoring in order to identify the fauna in transit over the quarry. It was a good day as we identified two raptor species: Buteo buteo and Falco peregrinus, three passerine species: Parus major, Poecile palustris and Aegithalos caudatus, one mammal species: A sleeping fox on the cliffs near the quarry. We found numerous species of fungi and flora: Flamulina velutipes, Tremella mesenterica, Tremella aurantia, Merilipus sp., Polyporus badius, Exidia glandulosa, Stereum sp., Laetiporus sulphureus, Tubaria sp., Galerina marginata, Rosa canina, Cornus mas, Fraxinus ornus, Primula sp. Sedum hispanicum, Asplenium ceterach, Asplenium trichomanes, Asplenium adulterinum ssp. adulterinum.