Wild fires and man made fires have increasingly ravaged Tenerife in the Canary Islands. Consequently, there are increased efforts towards improving conservation and minimizing the negative effects on the ecology. Even though, fire affects the flora and fauna of the island, and especially the pine forests, there are few studies which attempt to link the level of fire severity and the population of the Canarian lizard. Pinus Canariensis, the natural growing pine trees in the region are useful in carrying out the research and in understanding the impact of fires on the environment. To conduct the study, data will be collected in Tenerife in an area divided into 10 plots of five hectares each.