Greater Côa Valley News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

Roe deer monitoring supports Iberian wolf recovery in Western Iberia

The endangered Portuguese Iberian wolf (Canis lupus signatus) is in a precarious position. In addition to habitat loss, low connectivity…

12th December 2019

First annual workshop held in Carpathian Mountains with ELP projects

Last month, 17 grantees of the Endangered Landscapes Programme (ELP) and the programme’s management team travelled to Romania’s Carpathian Mountains…

14th November 2019

GPS tracking to reveal feeding behaviour of griffon vultures in Western Iberia

A group of five griffon vultures has been tagged with GPS transmitters by local partners of the ELP-funded Greater Côa…

9th September 2019

One man and his dog: how an extraordinary partnership is helping assess wolf populations in Portugal

It only takes a minute to see that Portuguese wildlife biologist Duarte Cadete and Alice – a six-year-old rescue from…

18th July 2019

The Greater Côa Valley: how rural architecture can help build a future for nature

By David Thomas With griffon vultures soaring overhead, the warm air thick with the scent of rosemary, chamomile, lavender and…

24th May 2019

Landscape restoration: How do we measure impacts on nature and people?

From ecosystem recovery to the development of nature-based business enterprises, restoration at the landscape scale offers a myriad of potential…

31st January 2019