Improving connectivity south of the Douro river

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Staffan Widstrand / Rewilding Europe

Improving connectivity south of the Douro river

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Rewilding Portugal

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Juan Carlos Muñoz / Rewilding Europe

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Griffon vultures colony discovered in Malcata

May 18, 2022
A few months after the discovery of a colony of Cinereous vulture in Malcata Mountains Nature Reserve, by the Rewilding Portugal team, we now bring exciting and very positive news regarding another new colony of scavenger birds found, this time of griffon vultures.
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New herd of Sorraias arrives in Ermo das Águias rewilding area

May 2, 2022
A year after the first herd of Sorraia horses arrived in the Greater Côa Valley, there is now another rewilding area with a herd, Ermo das Águias, in Vale de Madeira, in the municipality of Pinhel. The area will be open to visitors soon.
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Rewilding Photo Contest returns with many news

April 29, 2022
Rewiding Portugal and the Municipality of Sabugal came together to carry out the second edition of the nature photography contest “Rewilding Photo Contest”, in an edition that brings many news and new prizes. Comunidade Cultura e Arte will be the communication partner of this photographic contest and submissions are now open.
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Travel Diary – Tourism Training in Italy

June 24, 2021
Daniel Veríssimo, Rewilding Portugal's Enterprise Officer, was present at the European Safari Company's Tourism Training in Italy, and brings a magical experience in his luggage that he now shares with us.
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Rewilding Portugal and Jornal Fórum Covilhã sign collaboration protocol

March 5, 2020
Rewilding Portugal celebrated on the morning of March 4, 2020, Wednesday, a collaboration protocol with Jornal Fórum Covilhã.
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