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Griffon vulture tagging in Faia Brava to reveal feeding behaviour

A group of five griffon vultures has been tagged with GPS transmitters in the Western Iberia rewilding area in northern Portugal. By shedding new light on the birds’ foraging behaviour, the data collected from the transmitters will support the restoration of natural food chains in the area and underpin the continued comeback of this magnificent species.

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Healthy foals and calves in the Faia Brava Reserve !!!

This spring many Foals and Calves were born, they play and run strong and healthy in freedom in the Faia Brava Reserve. The late spring rains and the abundance of pasture contributed to making th...

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Volunteer Campaign - Fire Surveillance Faia Brava 2020

ATNatureza once again invites volunteers for the 2020 Faia Brava Fire Surveillance Campaign, from June 1st to September 15th.  ATNatureza appeals to the solidarity conservationist spirit of ever...

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ATNatureza’s contribution to the new EU biodiversity s…

   Bringing nature back into our lives!! This is the new EU Biodiversity Strategy as launched on the 20th of May 2020. ATNatureza, working on biodiversity restoration since 2000, feels str...

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