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SPEA is an Environmental not-for-profit organization whose mission is to support research and conservation of wild birds and their habitats, by promoting sustainable development for the benefit of future generations.
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On this page you'll find the resources produced in the different project actions, and the project reports. 

Lessons from LIFE Rupis - MAVA Learning and Sharing
In the LIFE Rupis project, we took an integrated approach to the conservation of natural values, based on combining nature protection and the development of the unique region of the international Douro canyon. We joined forces across two countries united by a river to ensure the conservation of threatened birds, which know no borders. Learn more about the best practices we developed, in these materials funded by a MAVA Learning and Sharing grant.


Videos: fighting poison, supplementary feeding and powerlines
 

Results per Action

Minimizing disturbance around nesting sites

State of target species

Egyptian Vulture and Bonelli's Eagle Censuses

Griffon Vulture population censuses


Bonelli's Eagle feeding habits



Egyptian Vulture feeding habits and behaviour


Support to extensive livestock breeding
  • Area of biodiverse pastures sown – 65ha (37ha+28ha)
  • Number of partnership agreements for the installation of biodiverse pastures - 10 (Palombar) + 5 (ATN)
  • Number of partnership agreements for the the use of livestock in open foraging areas. - 6 (Palombar) + 6 (ATN) + 12 agreements with landowners in the PNAD
  • Permanent fences – 199ha (Almofala, Freixo e Lagoaça)
  • Construction of 2 ponds for sheep and cattle, 2 fenced areas for sheep and cattle and a watering hole and a Canadian cattle pass (FPNCyL-JCyL)

Some of the data re. monitoring de degree of extensive livestock breeding were collected as part of the Masters Thesis of  Fátima Domínguez Gigante, “The role of uneven policies on farmers’ perceptions of scavengers in a transboundary context (The Iberian Peninsula)” submitted in July 2019 as part of the MSc Forest and Nature Conservation from Wageningen University & Research (WUR). 


Public communication and raising awareness of the value of local products and tourist activities

"Friends of the Egyptian Vulture" landowners network

To recognise, encourage and support entrepreneurs whose vision of development is based on valuing biodiversity, we created the “Friends of the Egyptian Vulture” Landowners Network, whose 27 members implement good practices in their properties and sell environmentally-friendly goods and services.


ObservArribas Nature Festival

The ObservArribas Festival, organised by the project, became a veritable annual birdwatcher migration to the region. Over the course of 3 years, a single weekend brought hundreds of nature-lovers who dined here, slept here and discovered the region’s charms, boosting local
economy and whetting appetites to return.


Media Relations


Press Releases:




Presentations



Apresentação do valor turístico do projeto no Festival de Observação de Aves e Natureza de Sagres - outubro de 2015

Palestra pública no ArribAves - junho de 2016

Apresentação oficial do Festival ObservArribas - Bolsa de Turismo de Lisboa, março de 2017

Apresentação "Agricultura convencional e biodiversidade" - Obiveja, abril de 2017



Other communication actions




Graphic Materials



  • Flyers Casas do Parque & Parque Natural Arribes del Duero
Folheto Casa del Parque Sobradillo
Folheto Casa Del Parque Zamora
Mapa do Parque Natural Arribes del Duero

  • Roll-up





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Cofinanced by the European Commission's LIFE Programme


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