That's a mottled sea hare.
Aplysia fasciata, common name the "mottled sea hare", or the "sooty sea hare", is an Atlantic species of sea hare or sea slug, a marine opisthobranch gastropod mollusk in the family Aplysiidae.
Aplysia fasciata can grow to sizes up to 40 cm long. Coloring is often black or a very dark brown, sometimes ...
Depending on where you are camping I would recommend a three or four season synthetic sleeping bag.
Synthetic bags are generally cheaper and bulkier than down bags for an equivalent warmth. As you are car camping the additional bulk isn't that important.
Most of Spain has night temperatures between 5-0 C this time of year so a three season bag should be ...
The numbers I've called on the slim chance they are helpful for someone else in the future even though they did not work for me sadly:
1) SOS Environment Line (SEPNA / GNR) 808 200 520
2) The nearest GNR
station to allow referrals to the SEPNA team GNR Portimão 282 420 750
3) Nearest ICNF Headquarters (on weekdays from 9am to 5pm), ICNF
Lagos 282 402 320
The British organisation RSPB is partnering:
SPEA-BirdLife Portugal, Avenida da Liberdade, No 105 - 2oEsq, 1250-140 Lisboa, Portugal
Telephone: (+351) 21 322 04 03.
As shown here.
Although sadly it is now too late for action.
It might help in places, but you'd be taking them on and off regularly as the snow is mostly patchy, and it doesn't address the bigger problem of meltwater.
The highest part of the Serra de Estrela, roughly the part south of road EN 232 that runs west-east through Manteigas, does still have substantial snow in April.
When approaching the highest part, it ...
This Cabo da Roca guide offers three options: a badger, an Egyptian mongoose, or a weasel.
Badger is quite big and, according to East Surrey Badger Protection Society, "The front paws of an adult badger range from about 4.5 cm to 6.5 cm across for a large boar". The print is also different - see, for example, here.
As for mongoose - I couldn't find any ...