Friday, 26 May, 2017

Nature

Junta officials swooped on the sites which unscrupulous parties had been using to tap an aquifer on which the Sevilla and Huelva-based national park is dependent

Over 13,500 people have already signed the campaign on Change.org to grant Estepona’s Sierra Bermeja the status jointly with neighbouring Sierra de las Nieves in Ronda

A 58-year-old father from Granada has been killed by lightning.

An estimated 22,000 flamingos have arrived at Andalucia's Fuente de Piedra

Temperatures will increase over the Easter weekend. The hottest region will be Cordoba.
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Many in the 10,000-strong crowd can be heard screaming

The amputation of ears, claws, teeth or vocal chords is also banned

The remains are covered in marks made from stone tools, fire and human teeth

Fracking firms have been met with strong opposition from locals and regional authorities

The species has been labelled as in danger of extinction by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature after 50% of its global population was reduced in the last 20 years

Campaigners want centres to offer to take in dozens of non-native species irresponsibly introduced into ponds at the Parque del Oeste, which are threatening indigenous breeds such as the galápago europeo and galápago leproso.

Members of Resistancia Animal Malaga have announced a protest outside Selwo Marina in Benalmadena on May 13 from noon

Speedy recovery for tawny owl thought to have been hit by a car

Jonny Rankin of Bury St Edmonds has so far raised over £4,700 (€5420) for an RSPB project to rebuild their British habitats by trekking 705 miles from Tarifa to Asturias

The suitably-named phallic looking Amorphophallus orchid, which is three metres tall, has burst into flower at Estepona’s Orchidarium

Many will be heading to the beach this weekend

Madrid has granted €16 million to the Costa

Scientists scraped off the plaque stuck on the teeth of two Neanderthals

Check out 11 native species still living life on the edge

Campaigners want Rota Mayor Jose Javier Ruiz Arana to ban the event

There were over 200 call-outs to emergency services

Bad weather has decimated the crop

A petition has gained almost 25,000 signatures

Almost one million migrating breeds have been recorded in the region’s wetlands

Some 10 environmental groups have sent an official letter to Spain’s minister of agriculture

The bad weather will last all weekend

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