Wednesday, 18 October, 2017

Huelva

Higher temperatures, a gradual increase in both sea levels and salinity and a drying out of the park's famous marshes are some of the effects of climate change on one of Spain's largest nature reserve

Five thousand rabbits per year are to be released in one of the few remaining habitats of the endangered Iberian lynx.

The European Union is taking the Junta de Andalucia to court for building a road that cuts through one of the few remaining habitats of the Iberian lynx.

The regional government is to “bury” some roads in the Doñana National Park in a bid to cut the number of Iberian lynx killed by passing motorists in the nature reserve

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