Wednesday, 18 October, 2017

Nature

Andalucia's black vulture population has reached highest level in history

The donkey sanctuary vet has promised to return to the peak for further checks

Downtown Duquesa a birdwatcher’s paradise as tourists spots over 3,000 from his rooftop terrace

Expat family who almost drowned in the floods have lost everything

Rescue centre 'bought and sold' rare eagles and chicks in order to justify millions in grants

Check out 11 native species still living life on the edge

The €12.5 million project in the city’s Science Park gives visitors a taste of tropical rainforests and coral reefs around the world

Man’s misunderstanding of the hornet has led to the insect becoming almost extinct in certain parts of Europe

Now that Spring is finally here it’s time to get in the garden. Here are our top tips for the month

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

Jon Clarke explains why the Andalucian lake district is a good alternative to the coast

Clive Muir and Sue Eatock go peering under rocks and stones to tell us all about the only protected spider in the EU – the Andalucian funnel web

Clean up operation gets underway after millions of flood damage leaves Costa del Sol battered

CO2 emissions rose by 4% last year in Spain with a 23% increase in the use of electricity

Ministers recently voted to give financial support to 'emergency zones' in Malaga, Cadiz and Huelva, which were hit by deluges that left two people dead

The dogs who survived the attack are still visibly shaken

Mayor Oscar Medina praised its speedy completion

There were over 200 call-outs to emergency services

A detox of the land, which was used to store petrol in the 1970s, took place in 2002 but new legislation demands more tests

Recently on the verge of extinction, now red tuna could actually be making a comeback

Firms have until December 5 to meet the new regulations aimed at saving energy

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

Bad weather has decimated the crop

Castilla La Mancha takes a stand against nuclear waste

Temperatures will increase over the Easter weekend. The hottest region will be Cordoba.

The Junta has declared Las Lagunas de Campillos y de La Ratosa near Antequera special conservation zones, due to the important wildlife habitats they provide

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