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4 years of Project


On May 16, 2017, SPEA and the partners at LIFE Fura-bardos organized the final event of the LIFE + project "Conservation of Macaronesian Sparrowhawk and the Laurissilva habitat in Madeira Island ", to present the main results of the project after 4 years.

This event, held in the Auditorium of the Regional Secretariat for Environment and Natural Resources in Funchal, was attended by official entities, invited researchers, project teams and many participants of the general public.

In addition to the final workshop presented to the public, was held the IV Scientific Meeting and a workshop to discuss the Action Plan of Macaronesian Sparrowhawk.

The final workshop program

Opening session with presence of official entities:
- Susana Prada, Regional Secretary for Environment and Natural Resources
- Domingos Leitão, Executive Director of the Portuguese Society for the Study of Birds
- Paulo Oliveira, Vice-President of the Institute of Forest and Nature Conservation
- Juan Antonio Lorenzo, Canary Islands Territorial Delegate of the Spanish Ornithological Society

Presentations session:
Session Moderator: Domingos Leitão (SPEA)
- O fura-bardos na Madeira: Distribution, Population and Ecology. Marta Nunes (SPEA Madeira)
- Distribution, abundance and conservation problems of the Macaronesioan Sparrowhawk Accipiter nisus granti in the Canary Islands. Juan Antonio Lorenzo (SEO)
- Recovery of Laurissilva habitats. Nuno Serralha (IFCN)
- Invasive Plants in Portugal: what are they and why are they a problem? Elizabete Marchante (University of Coimbra)
- 15 years were enough to prevent the extinction of the Priolo (Pyrrhula murina)? Ricardo Ceia (SPEA Azores)


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