“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 the Glossy Ibis should give us all hope that things can change for the better”. … Continue readingThe Rise of the Glossy Ibis
The new year has started more or less where 2019 had left off, with rarities being recorded and photographed during the first week of 2020. A big thank you to Ricky Owen for reporting the sightings and also letting us use his wonderful photographs. Quite … Continue reading2020 gets off to a flying start
2019 has been an extremely busy time for those of us involved in the running of the Society. So many urgent tasks required our attention in order to keep everything working and supporting the membership. Some problems we have had to address, such as the … Continue readingGood tidings to all ABS Members!
Editorial Phew! A typically sizzling July and August, with daily temperatures in the mid-thirties, saw me spending more time in my surrounding woodlands to do my birding. On average the woodlands tended to be 5/6 degrees lower and I also had the advantage of shade … Continue readingNewsletter – September 2019
Andalucia Bird Society – News and Views ABS Issue: #2 21st November 2009 IN THIS ISSUE UPCOMING EVENTS A CHRISTMAS ICON PROMOTE OUR FORUM A MYSTERIOUS GRIFFON ABS NEWS IN BRIEF WINTERING BIRDS QUICK LINKS MEMBERSHIP JOIN NOW MAIN WEBSITE ABS FORUM JOIN NOW MORE … Continue readingNewsletter November 2009