Eurasian blackcap

Sylvia atricapilla
Photo: Diogo Oliveira

Photo exhibition “Owls of Portugal”

After its presentation at the World Owl Conference 2017, the exhibition “Owls of Portugal”, by the photographers Artur Vaz Oliveira, Pedro Marques and Pierre Lemos

World Owl Conference 2017

PhD in Biology, Research Fellowship, completed the PhD at the University of Évora on "owl feathers as biomonitoring tools for environmental contaminants". Between 26 and 30 September 2017 the 5th edition of the World Owl Conference was held at the University of Évora,...

Careers in Nature Conservation – Mobility in Hungary

Between April 23 and 29, students from the University of Évora participated, together with students from Hungary (Univ. De Elte) and the United Kingdom (University of Exeter), in a week of intensive training on careers in the field of Nature Conservation. This second...

The birds, the city and people: engaging citizens with nature

PhD in Biology and coordinator of LabOr, he has developed part of his activity in the dissemination of science using birds as a tool. In March 2013 we started the project ‘The Birds of the Gulbenkian Garden: a natural added value’. Its main goal was to advertise the...

WORLD OWL CONFERENCE 2017

The University of Évora (LabOr, ICAAM), the Global Owl Project and the partners SPEA (BirdLife Portugal), STRI (ALDEIA) and the International Owl Center, are pleased to invite you to attend the fifth World Owl Conference.

Careers in Nature Conservation

Careers in Nature Conservation – a European project to help University students develop the necessary skills, knowledge and understanding to gain employment in the sector

The TytoTagus Project visits EVOA

On 27th of May 2016 the TytoTagus Project team visited the EVOA with the aim of ringing the juvenile barn owls at the nest box located on the roof of the Interpretation Centre…