The Work of Alfonso Balmori

Alfonso Balmori


Alfonso Balmori is a wildlife biologist who lives in Valladolid, Spain. He has been monitoring and observing the decline of bird life in his city since the late 1990s, especially with regard to their appearance, behavior, reproduction and abundance in the vicinity of cell towers.



The effects of microwaves on the trees and other plants, 2003

The effects of microwave radiation on the wildlife. Preliminary results, 2003

Aves y telefonía móvil, 2003

¿Pueden afectar las microondas pulsadas emitidas por las antennas de telefonía a los árboles y otros vegetales? 2004

Effects of the electromagnetic fields of phone masts on a population of White Stork (Ciconia ciconia), 2005

Efectos de las radiaciones electromagnéticas de la telefonía móvil sobre los insectos, 2006

The incidence of electromagnetic pollution on the amphibian decline: Is this an important piece of the puzzle? 2006

A possible effect of electromagnetic radiation from mobile phone base stations on the number of breeding house sparrows (Passer domesticus), 2007

The Urban Decline of the House Sparrow (Passer domesticus): A Possible Link with Electromagnetic Radiation, 2007

Electromagnetic pollution from phone masts. Effects on wildlife, 2009

Mobile phone mast effects on common frog (Rana temporaria) tadpoles: The city turned into a laboratory, 2010

The incidence of electromagnetic pollution on wild mammals: A new “poison” with a slow effect on nature?, 2010

Electrosmog and species conservation, 2014

Anthropogenic radiofrequency electromagnetic fields as an emerging threat to wildlife orientation, 2015

Radiofrequency radiation injures trees around mobile phone base stations, 2016

Radiotelemetry and wildlife: Highlighting a gap in knowledge on radiofrequency radiation effects, 2016

Radiofrequency radiation injures trees around mobile phone base stations, 2016

Electromagnetic radiation as an emerging driver factor for the decline of insects, 2021

Electromagnetic Pollution as a Possible Explanation for the Decline of House Sparrows in Interaction with Other Factors, 2021

Corneal opacity in Northern Bald Ibises (Geronticus eremita) equipped with radio transmitters, 2022