Interpretation Centre of Priolo
The Interpretation Centre of Priolo was developed by SPEA in partnership with SRAM (Regional Secretariat of Environment and Sea) and DRRF (Regional Direction of Forestry Resources) during LIFE Priolo Project. Its mission is to raise awareness for the “Priolo” and its habitat, the Laurel Forest. “Priolo” is one of most threatened birds in Europe, existing only in the east part of the Island of São Miguel, where several actions to preserve and guarantee its survival have been carried, since 2003.

Today, the project LIFE + Lands of Priolo is being developed with a set of actions that aim to promote the sustainability of the management of the 2000 Nature site SPA Pico da Vara / Ribeira do Guilherme, through the implementation of inovative management measures and restore the Laurel forest of Azores, monitoring of biodiversity, management of public use, raise awareness of populations and promote its long term sustainability all together.

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BirdRace Azores 2016 is on October 1st and 2nd
The third edition of the BirdRace Azores will take place on October 1st and 2nd to celebrate the European Weekend of Birdwatching.
Today ends the contest - How many Priolos are there in the world?
On September 15th, ends the challenge launched at the beginning of the month of September which aims to involve everyone in the divulgation of the Priolo’s population estimates derived from the III edition of the Atlas of Priolo. - "How Many Priolos are there in the world?!".