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Greater Côa Valley hosted guide training dedicated to wolf tourism

April 22, 2022  |  News

Rewilding Portugal, together with Rewilding Europe and Nature Tourism Development, developed another training for nature guides after the success of the training carried out in 2021. This time within the scope of the LIFE WolFlux project, the training, focused on wolf tourism , intended to train nature guides that already exist in the territory or intending to develop this activity, related to this emblematic and endangered species, so that responsible tourism can be carried out in relation to it in this territory.

Wild 2021, the last year of Rewilding Portugal in review

April 12, 2022  |  News

Rewilding Portugal launched, this April, another edition of its annual Wild magazine, referring to the last year of work of the organization, entitled Wild 2021, “The Year of the Sorraia”. The magazine is already on sale to the public and will go into distribution in the last two weeks of April.

World Rewilding Day celebrated with an interpretive tour in the Greater Côa Valley

March 21, 2022  |  News

Rewilding Portugal, to celebrate the second World Rewilding Day, organized an interpretive tour of two of its rewilding areas: Vale Carapito and Paul de Toirões, with the aim of making known its work and the actions it has been developing in the field, as well as to alert to the need to use this approach in the landscapes of Portugal and Europe.

Wild Côa Network meets to create bonds and develop partnerships

March 15, 2022  |  News

On the 10th and 11th of March, Rewilding Portugal brought together the partners of its nature-based and sustainable tourism network, Wild Côa Network, in a “fun trip” that served to create more bonds between the partners, allowing them to develop partnerships and concerted tourist offers. A network that operates in the Greater Côa Valley, on the wildest side of Portugal.

Boots on the ground to protect nature

February 18, 2022  |  News

Rewilding Portugal’s surveillance team travels thousands of kilometres to protect nature. The team’s mission is to detect and report environmental crimes such as snares or wildlife poisonings. They are also part of the national effort to detect rural wildfires.

Vilar Maior hosted Rewilding Photo Contest’s first award cerimony

February 8, 2022  |  News

Last Saturday was marked by the award ceremony for the first edition of the nature photography contest Rewilding Photo Contest, a contest by Rewilding Portugal held in partnership with Comunidade Cultura e Arte. Practically all the winners and honorable mentions were present, on a day that was also used to make known Vale Carapito, the first rewilding area in the region.

Vision for Quinta de Santa Margarida: an oasis of biodiversity in the border plateau

December 10, 2021  |  News

Quinta de Santa Margarida, which for many years served as a source of ore and employment in the “Raia” region between the municipalities of Sabugal and Almeida, was recently acquired by Rewilding Portugal, which now intends to transform the space into a reserve for wildlife. This article exposes Rewilding Portugal’s vision for the place, with a view to promoting the rich natural heritage of this region.

Hati: the guarding dog that never leaves its herd

December 3, 2021  |  News

Hati, one of the dogs integrated by the LIFE WolFlux project to support livestock producers in the region and promote good coexistence practices between local communities and the Iberian wolf, lived an emotional story in September, in which he showed that he was made for these functions .

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