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Our Mission
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.

Projects

Life Volunteer Escapes
Volunteer Escapes is a pioneering LIFE project implemented in Portugal that aims to mobilize volunteers to take part in various nature conservation activities, especially in Natura 2000 sites. It involves 11 national partners and will take place between 2018 and 2020.



LIFE Rupis
Life Rupis project, which takes place on the Portuguese-Spanish border,across the protected areas of the International Douro River, the valley of Águeda River, and Arribes del Duero, aims to strengthen the populations of Egyptian Vulture and Bonelli’s Eagle in these areas by reducing mortality and improving breeding success. Other raptor species like the Black Vulture and the Red Kite will also benefit from the project actions.


Citizenship for Nature
A project to involve citizens in actions to raise awareness, capacity building and promote volunteer actions to contribute for the conservation of natural sites and to increase knowledge about the species, namely the avifauna of the places.




Protecting Threatened and Endemic species in Cabo Verde
In 2013, with the support of the Critical Ecosystems Partnership Fund (CEPF), the Portuguese Society for the Study of Birds (SPEA) and a local NGO, Biosfera I, started an ambitious project that aims to remove alien predator species from Santa Luzia, and translocate Raso Larks from Raso to Santa Luzia, as well as to improve the seabird breeding habitat. Other partners, such as RSPB or the Madeira Natural Park and Cambridge University, are supporting the project and helping Biosfera with their experience in similar projects.





LIFE MarPro Conservation of marine protected species in Mainland Portugal

LIFE MarPro is a partnership between SPEA and 4 other partners which started at January 2011 and will last until December 2015. MarPro aims to reduce the conflicts between fisheries and cetacean and seabird species. Another important goal is to ensure the long-term socio-economic viability of the management, surveillance and monitoring activities of the target species and their habitats, together with the promotion of a sustainable exploitation of marine fishery resources of Mainland Portugal.



Photos: Águia-de-boneli © João Neves; Paisagem © Nuno Madeira;Pardela-balear © Ricardo Guerreiro; Freira do Bugio © Filipe Viveiros; Alcatraz © Pedro Geraldes;Priolo © Pedro Monteiro; Sisão © Juan Martín Simón.







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