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Two businessmen jailed for two years for illegally extracting water from Spain’s Donana National Park
TWO businessmen who illegally extracted water from Donana National Park have been jailed for two years.
THOUSANDS of waterfowl are at risk in the Donana National Park due to a series of management blunders that are seeing eggs and chicks...
Huelva fires may have destroyed years of conservation work for Iberian Lynx as handlers forced to release big cats...
Some 550 firefighters are continuing to fight the blaze
Innocent began developing the app with farmers at Doñana National Park
A new phone app has added a 21st-century twist to Spain’s most historic pilgrimage
Plans to extract gas from Doñana nature reserve win a provisional stay of execution
Three Iberian lynxes were found maimed and riddled with bullets
Retuerta horses are one of the oldest and rarest breeds in Europe
Good news for bird of prey as pylons throughout Donana National Park made completely safe to land on
Programme launched to catch ‘smelly and aggressive’ mammals after unwanted pets are released into the wild
Final redoubt of world's most famous wild cat the lynx seriously under threat, writes Wendy Williams