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12:24

Opinion

The only certainty is uncertainty

JEREMY BLATCH / jb@ehh.gi

...to Warren Buffett, the art of successful investing at its most fundamental is perhaps best illustrated by one of Aesop's fables. Written circa 600 BC, the fable concludes that 'a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush'. In the context of investing, ... the 'bird in the hand' is the prevailing interest rate, and the 'two in the bush' is the potential growth of capital over time. What Aesop did not know was the interest rate, how many birds there would be in the bush and how long they would be there.

12:09

Local

Can vaccination end the virus? 'Maybe in time, but we must not drop our guard'

PEDRO LUIS GÓMEZ

...epidemics is like the behaviour of starlings when they fly in large groups: individual characteristics can be known (for example the way each bird flies), but the behaviour of the group is unpredictable (when grouped together to fly, several hundred ... starlings generate very complex geometric patterns which a single bird never does when it flies alone). The same occurs with weather forecasts: there are so many inter-related components influencing the weather that it is hard to know what will happen a week

19:22

Local

Bird feeders put up in Estepona to prevent starvation during lockdown

CHARO MÁRQUEZ

Estepona town hall has put up bird feeders around the town to ensure that the area's blackbirds, sparrows and finches in particular don't die of starvation during the lockdown. With the late arrival of spring and the insects they rely on, paired

12:26

Local

Bird invasion in La Paloma park also threatening nearby areas

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

La Paloma park in Benalmádena, one of the biggest “green lungs” among the concrete of the Costa del Sol, has become overrun with hundreds of cockerels and hens. The scene may seem amusing at first, but the situation has caused a number of problems:

11:38

Local

Cockerels take centre stage during Coín's annual bird show

Tony Bryant

...aspects of the breed, such as size, weight, plumage and colour. All exhibits were pure breeds of a type recognised by the poultry association, and it is the points allocated for each feature which decide the quality of the bird and ultimately its

13:45

LifeStyle

A bird sanctuary for endangered species

MAría Dolores Tortosa seville

...the rubbish and rubble,” says Maribel. It was intensive work , which also included planting different vegetation in separate areas to attract certain types of bird, such as planting typha (bulrushes) for the crested coots. The crested coot This ... order to maintain their small paradise. They have signed agreements with town halls and universities, under which students can do practical experience there, collaborate in the different bird programmes and also open the site to the public for visits. ... This site is now home to 200 species of birds, 180 of which are native and the remainder are exotic. These include the scarlet ibis, an aquatic bird which delights photographers because of its extraordinary colouring. “We do work very hard, but this

10:39

Local

Owl causes fault in village’s power cables

C.M. casares

An electric power problem in Casares on Tuesday night was caused by an owl becoming trapped in overhead cables, the local council has said. Sadly the bird, a protected species, was electrocuted and environmental officers were called out to remove

20:36

LifeStyle

A bird in danger of extinction spotted at the Río Verde estuary

Nieves Castro

In the past few weeks the estuary of the Río Verde in Marbella has been playing host to a new guest which was not only unexpected but is also a remarkable sight in Malaga province: a red-knobbed coot, also known as a crested coot. This bird is a ... sighting in Marbella is very unusual indeed. Juan Caracuel, a member of SEO Malaga, was able to photograph this lovely bird on 7 December, but other people say they have seen it before and after that date in the same place. Juan says this is not the ... where they come from, because there's no way we can find out. They may have been in a wetland in Valencia, or Doñana, or even north Africa,” explains Juan, who believes the bird in Marbella is probably the only crested coot in the province at present.

17:18

LifeStyle

A life-long dedication to marine birds

Tony Bryant

...ornithology books (Andy has a signed copy of this book ) and he decided the name would be perfect for his new hero. Today, the modest marine bird expert has several books under his belt and he is considered a leading figure among the bird watching sector ... transferred to Spain, a bird watcher with a bit of experience who is willing to help others," he says. He is currently planning a bird watching trip to Iceland and another to the Pyrenees later in the year. "I've got to the stage in my life when people

11:06

Local

Work begins on the installation of a new zipwire over Casares old town

L. PAVÓN ESTEPONA

Recently Casares residents were asked by the council if they would like to see an overhead zipwire installed in the town, and after the majority voted in favour, work has started on its construction. According to Casares councillor for Tourism, Roc