Our visits of the Hrabůvka quarry continue in even intervals and with each visit we find more and more interesting species to add on our biodiversity list. The biggest advance was done in plants. We thoroughly inspected quarry’s vicinity several times and made advances in our knowledge of local plant diversity. In case of birds we observed several species in the quarry’s close surroundings, some of them were even confirmed nesting in the area. We also registered amphibians, mammals, and several insect groups, such as flies, dragonflies, or spiders. To learn about local beetles and land invertebrate fauna in detail, we deployed pit-fall traps which now wait to be filled and then carefully examined. Our survey will continue even during summer and then we will brainstorm how to deploy our employ our extensive knowledge about the quarry’s biodiversity in restoration of the area.