Rui Lourenço

I have a degree in Zoology (Faculty of Sciences, University of Lisbon, 2000), a MSc in Conservation Biology (University of Évora, 2005) and a PhD in Biology (University of Évora, 2011). I work in ecology and conservation of birds of prey and owls since 1999.
My main research interests are: trophic ecology of raptors; road ecology of owls; species interactions and community structure; interference competition, intraguild predation, and superpredation in raptors; ecotoxicology of raptors; birds and ecosystem services; bird distribution and population trends.