Western Iberia 

Western Iberia’s rich and varied landscapes that straddles the border between Portugal & Spain, has become one of the most exciting wild areas of the Iberian Peninsula. The area is popular with vultures, eagles, otters and packs of Iberian wolf.

A wake of vultures in northern Portugal

Tagging Vultures

“The tagging allows us to see whether the vultures are feeding mostly on the carcasses of domestic livestock, or also on wild herbivores, and how often they visit vulture feeding stations, which will ultimately enable us to improve the management of food sources for the birds and support the restoration of trophic chains.”

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Two young wild boar in a forest

Wild Boar

The Iberian Wild Boar (Sus scrofa. castilianus) is a bane of our tree planters, an uncanny forager, an unsung rewilder and a winner of climate change. Read on, to learn more…  

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A native oak woodland in Portugal

Natural Engineering

Rewilding ensures natural processes and wild species to play a much more prominent role in the land and seascapes, meaning that after initial support, nature is allowed to take more care of itself.

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A black vulture in the Douro Valley

Vultures of the Douro

One of the things we enjoy most about visiting our Wildfire Restoration project, is the presence of Griffon, Black and Egyptian vultures circling overhead in the thermal columns high above the Douro valley. This is their home, breeding ground and even migration point.

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Wild living horses roaming in a oak woodland

Western Iberia

Western Iberia’s rich and varied landscapes that straddles the border between Portugal & Spain, has become one of the most exciting wild areas of the Iberian Peninsula. The area is popular with vultures, eagles, otters and packs of Iberian wolf.

Wild living horses roaming in a oak woodland

Western Iberia

A wake of vultures in northern Portugal

Tagging Vultures

“The tagging allows us to see whether the vultures are feeding mostly on the carcasses of domestic livestock, or also on wild herbivores, and how often they visit vulture feeding stations, which will ultimately enable us to improve the management of food sources for the birds and support the restoration of trophic chains.”

Read More

Two young wild boar in a forest

Wild Boar

The Iberian Wild Boar (Sus scrofa. castilianus) is a bane of our tree planters, an uncanny forager, an unsung rewilder and a winner of climate change. Read on, to learn more…  

Read More

A native oak woodland in Portugal

Natural Engineering

Rewilding ensures natural processes and wild species to play a much more prominent role in the land and seascapes, meaning that after initial support, nature is allowed to take more care of itself.

Read More

A black vulture in the Douro Valley

Vultures of the Douro

One of the things we enjoy most about visiting our Wildfire Restoration project, is the presence of Griffon, Black and Egyptian vultures circling overhead in the thermal columns high above the Douro valley. This is their home, breeding ground and even migration point.

Read More

Western Iberia’s rich and varied landscapes that straddles the border between Portugal & Spain, has become one of the most exciting wild areas of the Iberian Peninsula. The area is popular with vultures, eagles, otters and some packs of Iberian wolf.

A wake of vultures in northern Portugal

GPS Tagging Vultures

“The tagging allows us to see whether the vultures are feeding mostly on the carcasses of domestic livestock, or also on wild herbivores, and how often they visit vulture feeding stations, which will ultimately enable us to improve the management of food sources for the birds and support the restoration of trophic chains.”

Read More

Two young wild boar in a forest

Wild Boar

The Iberian Wild Boar (Sus scrofa. castilianus) is a bane of our tree planters, an uncanny forager, an unsung rewilder and a winner of climate change. Read on, to learn more…  

Read More

a native oak woodland in Portugal

Natural Engineering

Rewilding ensures natural processes and wild species to play a much more prominent role in the land and seascapes, meaning that after initial support, nature is allowed to take more care of itself.

Read More

A griffon vulture taking flight

Vultures of the Douro

One of the things we enjoy most about visiting our Wildfire Restoration project, is the presence of Griffon, Black and Egyptian vultures circling overhead in the thermal columns high above the Douro valley. This is their home, breeding ground and even migration point.

Read More