FIO Talks 2022
Ornithology, conservation projects, art, tourism, communication... FIO is the setting for presentations and talks with specialists on a great variety of topics related to nature and birds.
All conferences will be in the Stage Marquee.
Streaming broadcast on the Extremadura Tourism YouTube channel.
'Ten years observing birds in Extremadura at the hands of the Birding Club', by Extremadura Tourist Board.
February 18th | 16:30-17:00
Presentation of the European project 'EnviroCitizen. Ornithological citizen science and environmental citizenship', by Diana Villanueva and Clara Contreras (University of Extremadura).
February 18th | 17:00-17:30
‘The ecosystem services of carrion-eating birds’, colloquium with Natividad Aguilera, Rubén Moreno-Opo, Zebensui Morales, Alfonso Godino and Helios Dalmau (Spain).
February 18th | 17:30-19:00
Tribute to Joachim Hellmich, the German of the Great bustards, with Santiago Hernández, Juan Carlos Núñez, Agustín Mogeno, Sebastián Martín and José María Corrales (Spain).
February 18th | 19:00
Book presentation 'La verdadera lengua de los pájaros' (The true language of the birds), by José María Benítez Cidoncha and Marino González Montero (Spain).
February 19th | 11:00-11:30
'Birds transform lives', by Carlos Mario Wagner (Colombia).
February 19th | 11:30-12:00
Margaret Atwood (Canada) talks about birds with Antonio Sandoval (Spain). Interview recorded exclusively for FIO.
February 19th | 13:00-13:30
‘Humanisation or extinction’, by Eudald Carbonell (Atapuerca Foundation, Spain).
February 19th | 13:30-14:30
‘Painting birds of paradise’, by Szabolcs Kókay (Hungary).
February 19th | 16:30-17:15
'Around the sound. Different ways of listening to nature', colloquium with Carlos de Hita, Eloïsa Matheu, José Luis Copete and José Carlos Sires (Spain).
February 19th | 17:30-19:00
‘Bird migration through the Strait of Gibraltar. 25 years of study and monitoring’, by Alejandro Onrubia (Migres Foundation, Spain).
February 20th | 11:00-11:30
'New photographic horizons: Varanger (Norway)', by Merce R. Romero (Spain).
February 20th | 11:30-12:00
'Small-scale landscapes, an artistic vision of the environment of birds', colloquium with Manuel Sosa, Pablo Giménez Olavarría, Lucía Gómez Serra, José Antonio Sencianes and Esther Charles Jordán (Spain).
February 20th | 12:00-13:15