Biodiversity, its importance, challenges and indicators are some of the topics that you can follow here. Through them, you will learn more about initiatives that seek to deepen, preserve, and restore biological diversity, from scientific knowledge to good practices applied in the field. Also learn about what is being done in the woodlands under The Navigator Company’s management to promote diversity in forest ecosystems, preserve the forest’s productive functions and conserve its social and economic functions.
The species and habitats from the north to the south of Portugal, particularly in forest and agro areas, are the focus of this gallery which, as a whole, portrays the biological diversity of the country. From birds to mammals and reptiles, insects, fungi and a wide range of flowers, shrubs and trees, learn about the species already identified in the woodlands managed by The Navigator Company, their habitats, and what is being done to preserve and, whenever possible, improve them.
Here you will find a digital (bio)library that brings together the main commitments, knowledge, initiatives and tools on biodiversity. With this set of bibliographic resources, mostly in Portuguese and English, it becomes easier to understand the challenges of biodiversity, follow its evolution, and consult information on the risk status and protection of species and habitats. Also available are the commitments and indicators related to Biodiversity at The Navigator Company.
The São Francisco Farm Arboretum celebrated in an upcoming book
Common box, from the woods to the garden
Zambujo reCover: ecological restoration in the International Tagus Natural Park
Old chestnut trees are a haven for biodiversity
Mediterranean temporary ponds are life-giving oases
Contige eucalyptus in the running for Tree of the Year 2023
Photo of the Month
Technology to the service of São Francisco Farm Arboretum
Red deer in the Serra da Lousã mountains: example of a reintroduction programme
Red deer: the largest naturally occurring mammal in Portugal
Holly: a highly symbolic relict
The Douglas fir: a giant Christmas tree