Past 9th of September, coinciding with the main festive day of Revilla (municipality of Tell-Sin/Huesca), the FCQ and the Dutch foundation LGF signed the contract of cooperation which settles the joint management of the several parts of the house.
The aim of the restoration of this house of pyrenean architecture, situated next to the national park Ordesa y Monte Perdido, will be to facilitate lodging for all those training activities whose development both foundations have in mind, related to subjects of ornithology, ecology and conservacion of alpine habitats, environmental education and legislation, projects of rural development, as well as facilitate the lodging of researchers and students. The president of the LGF, Elisabeth Portheine, emphasised by putting her signature, her interest in getting people in the European Union to know the Spanish project for the recuperacion of the Bearded Vulture. Its restoration was done with a maximum of observance of the traditional architecture as it is in these parts of the Pyrenees, incorporating alternative methods of energy and new technology to facilitate its use and sustainability. Actually, the restoration work is in its final stage and in October the two first training groups are expected, with which its utility will be tested and this new and interesting project will start.