Greater Côa Valley News

All the latest news from The Endangered Landscapes Programme

Photo: Blue Nomads / Rewilding Europe

New guidance to help maximise climate change mitigation through the restoration of natural areas

Finding ways to mitigate climate change impacts is now an existential necessity. In recent years, there has been a growing…

17th November 2022

Two elderly men play the guitar.

Wild Côa Symphony

Working closely with local communities in the Greater Côa Valley, the creative collaboration of ecological artist Antony Lyons, archaeologist Bárbara…

29th September 2022

New breeding colony of cinereous vultures confirmed in the Greater Côa Valley

At the beginning of November, Rewilding Portugal confirmed the existence of a colony of cinereous vultures (Aegypius monachus), which confirmed…

15th December 2021

Sorraia horse foal

New release of horses advances restoration of the Greater Côa Valley

A herd of 10 Sorraia horses (two male and eight female) has been released in Vale Carapito. This new 60-hectare…

15th June 2021

Nature-based economy strengthened in Portugal’s Côa Valley with launch of new network

Nature-based businesses often operate more effectively when they work together, multiplying the benefits for themselves, their clients as well as…

26th March 2021

New documentary inspires vision for a wilder Portugal

In late 2020, Rewilding Portugal (a project partner in the ELP-funded Greater Côa Valley project) launched the release of a new documentary…

14th January 2021