Nests for large birds
It helps the nesting of black vulture, Egyptian vulture, Bonelli’s eagle, black stork and lesser kestrel.
Construction of platforms for Bonelli’s eagle.
Construction of six construction platforms in Vale do Coa and other six in Tajo International as an incentive for Bonelli’s eagle nestles on trees; this measure may also be useful to other species such as the red kite and the black stork.
Placing nesting boxes for lesser kestrel.
In Spain, where more than 90% of reproductive lesser kestrel pairs usually nestle on buildings, tasks of restoration reduce considerably the availability of spaces for nests. The rehabilitation and improvement of nesting sites is listed as a key action for this species in the whole area of action of the LIFE in the Western Iberian Peninsula.