Conserving the Barn Owl Project

The Barn Owl Project Certainly across most of Europe this species is struggling to cope with changing agricultural practices and the vulnerability it has from a consequence of taking to hunting roadside margins for voles and other small mammals. Throughout Europe there are organisations attempting … Continue readingConserving the Barn Owl Project

Restoring Water points, creating “Sources for Life” – Update

As mentioned in a previous article in our ABS Magazine, the project “Restoring water points, creating sources of life” is a conservation project for fauna in general, particularly amphibian wildlife, whose scope of action is within the boundaries of the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park. … Continue readingRestoring Water points, creating “Sources for Life” – Update

Save the Montagu’s Harrier – Update Autumn 2019

From the environmental failure in the conservation of the Montagu’s Harrier to the successful crossing of the Sahara. The current model of conservation for the Montagu’s Harrier in Andalucía entails a high number of failures during the breeding season. A model based primarily on rescue … Continue readingSave the Montagu’s Harrier – Update Autumn 2019

Save the Montagu’s Harrier – Justification 2018

Our main conservation project and commitment for Montagu’s Harrier had a difficult year due the severe cold and wet spring of 2018. Planted crops suffered, spaces made suitable for breeding pairs suffered and hence the number of successful pairs was much reduced. It was an … Continue readingSave the Montagu’s Harrier – Justification 2018

Restoring water points, creating “Sources for Life” – 2e Part (Conclusions)

As we have explained in a previous article, the project “Restoring water points, creating “Sources for Life” is a conservation project for fauna in general, particularly amphibian wildlife, whose scope of action is Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park. In that article, we detailed the different … Continue readingRestoring water points, creating “Sources for Life” – 2e Part (Conclusions)