The project has been very successful so far and has already led to useful findings. However, in order to get a more complete picture of the foraging behaviour of the vultures in this region it's important to tag more individuals. This is particularly relevant given that one of the preliminary findings of the project was that there is a lot of variation between individual vultures in their movement directions and home ranges. In July 2020, Tiago, our conservation biologist, went to the Côa Valley to assist in the tagging of one more griffon vulture. This video includes an account of his visit and a discussion with our partners Carlos Pacheco and André Couto about how the project is progressing.