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20:18

Local

The eradication of the use of poison in the mountains, key to their survival

J. L. PIEDRA

The eradication of the use of poison in the Andalusian mountains has been key to the survival and recovery of the bearded vulture, says Íñigo Fajardo, the coordinator of the Recovery and Conservation programme for Necrophagous Birds in Andalucía. ... In his opinion, the first birds to be released probably fell prey to poisoned baits, but the strategy introduced by the regional government more than a decade ago, and increasing awareness and cooperation from land owners and users of mountainous ... areas, has been essential in combating this serious threat to the species. Patience Íñigo Fajardo also says that "you have to have a great deal of patience when it comes to bearded vultures, because they are difficult birds. They have a lot of

20:18

Local

The spectacular recovery of the bearded vulture

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

...of nearly six. Since Esperanza was born, more birds have been released and five breeding pairs currently fly in the Andalusian sky, of which three females in the Cazorla natural park are bringing up their chicks despite the difficulties normally ... encountered in this species with their first clutches, which are rarely successful. There is also a sixth pair who have so far made no attempt to breed. Some of the birds released in Andalucía come from other European centres, to strengthen their genetic

20:04

Local

A hundred years of the ‘colorao’ factory

NURIA TRIGUERO

...floor, ceiling, walls, machinery, workers and even the office furniture and birds that rest on the ceiling beams - are covered in a vermilion dust; the surface of Mars must look like this. It also reminds you a bit of the Wild West films. This

12:03

Gibraltar

Fascinating news for ornithologists and history lovers this week

DEBBIE BARTLETT

...shown that crag martins wintering in Gibraltar show remarkable faithfulness to their roosting caves. It is the first time that such a high degree of faithfulness has been demonstrated in birds over successive years. Gibraltar has the largest known ... number of crag martins in the world; there were a record 12,000 of these birds last winter, representing 1-2 per cent of the entire European population. In a thread on Twitter, the Museum explained that crag martins have used the caves at the Gorham's ... complex consistently since the Pleistocene period, when they shared them with the Neanderthals. The birds gather in the caves in their thousands for shelter on winter nights. The study shows that not only do the same birds return to the same caves

13:56

Gibraltar

Sea birds affected by oil spill off Gibraltar, as investigation continues

Debbie Bartlett

...operation and a clean-up began, but the oil affected numerous sea birds and some of the spill still remains in areas north of the harbour. These accidents are rare, but they come at great environmental cost. Gibraltar's Environment Minister, Dr John

16:04

Local

Police free around 20 wild birds captured illegally

SUR

National Police have intercepted a vehicle in Malaga city as its occupants transported around 20 wild birds, apparently captured illegally in the countryside. In the boot of the car officers also found prohibited hunting gear (nets and ropes), so ... 32 and 35. The rescued birds (15 chamarixes, five verdones and two goldfinches) were released into their natural habitat.

13:01

Opinion

Invader birds

IGNACIO LILLO

Junta de Andalucía.For the first time since this flying phenomenon invaded our treetops, politicians and experts are going to sit down to talk about what can be done to control the spread of these birds.There is just one obstacle left: for whatever is ... Caribbean image that these birds have brought with them; it might be very bright and cheerful for a while, but ask the residents who have to put up with them day after day. And that’s all without mentioning the spread of disease and the financial risk if ... indignant protest. Underneath their pretty and cartoon-like façade, these birds are a serious environmental threat. If the plague is permitted now, it will spread and start to damage crops and other financial resources and infrastructure in the province;

00:04

LifeStyle

Natural treasures - hidden, yet in full view

JOAQUINA DUEÑAS

...are nice places to visit and are good for physical and mental health, but they are also a haven for numerous woodland birds. One tree which is particularly interesting in the urban environment is the silk floss tree, which can be seen in Avenida ... Beside the Virgen del Carmen marina, on La Fontanilla beach, we can followthe tracks of sandpipers and occasional ruddy turnstones. These small marine birds can be seen drinking here because, just steps from the sea, like magic, there is a stream of fresh ... vegetation and is a paradise for birds. "We like to call it the cosmopolitan wood," says Antonio Figueredo, "because you can see birds from all five continents there. One of the most unusual is the common firecrest, which only measures nine centimetres and

19:51

LifeStyle

Cities belong to the birds now

carlos benito

...killing machines and their annoying noise with them. The towns now belong to the birds, who can move around in peace, with no fear of the deadly wheels of the cars, and sing without having to compete with the constant thunder of our everyday bustle. The ... know what birds think, especially in times like these when we hardly know what we think ourselves, but the lockdown has definitely made us realise what a huge presence they have in our surroundings. Suddenly, inside our homes, we can hear them sing as a ... gardens and on the edges of towns can take advantage of the calm to come into other areas, even the centres. This is the migratory period and breeding time for several species of birds, and it may be that we are seeing more of them, or we notice them more.