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Our Patron Tim Appleton MBE has issued a press release on the results of this year’s Global Birdfair and the Society is proud to have supported this event. We look ...
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ABS are pleased to present this year's Montagu's Harrier project reports, the first an interim report followed by a summary at the project's end. In total we have donated over ...
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We are delighted to announce we have donated 500 euro to support the 'Save our Swifts' project here in Andalucía. Thanks to our members for their very generous donations. Funds ...
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Many members had enquired about the possibility to have an ABS tour for birding in Morocco. In fact, when we responded with an idea for the tour back in the ...
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Andalusia is packed full of beautiful towns and mountain villages usually surrounded by a pristine natural habitat and full of old-world romance. The Arab whitewashed hamlets of the south where ...
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The Delta Birding Festival is the most prestigious nature event in the Mediterranean and the annual meeting point for ornithologists and naturalists. A festival where you can share your passion ...
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August passed and was much of a continuum of the blazing heat of June and July, observing nature under the canopy of a vivid blue Andalusian sky with an understory ...
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A good a place as any to start with this brief article is to note the name change to both the common and scientific names, so I present to you ...
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Within the heartlands of Andalucía, nestling within Malaga Province, is a wilderness of outstanding natural beauty and importance. The Serranía de Ronda is a jewel in the crown of natural ...
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“It seems now we are all in a war zone, we are fighting on so many fronts to conserve and preserve what we have left, and yet this story of ...
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