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15:39

What to do

Summer concerts, theatre and dance

denise bush

...and facilities accessible to everyone, has now re-opened. The gardens cover 40,000 square metres of land and contain nearly a thousand plant species of which there are 150 varieties of palm. There are also several different species of birds, including

16:27

What to do

A full programme of events in Malaga

denise bush

40,000 square metres of land and contain nearly a thousand plant species of which there are 150 varieties of palm. There are also several different species of birds, including some unique in Spain. Cathedral rooftop tour Cathedral rooftop tour,

13:12

Opinion

The fading colours of summer

PETER JONES

...replaced by sandals and my outdoor activities consist of searching for birds from the comfort of an air-conditioned vehicle or finding shaded areas to explore, ideally close to a water source. Like us, birds feel the heat and avoid open exposed places in ... shade and respite from high temperatures. It is a time I search for some elusive and wonderfully bizarre small birds such as common crossbill, with its crossed bill adapted for extracting seeds from pinecones; and the amazing hawfinch with its heavy and ... strong bill that can crack open a cherry stone. Both birds are common in suitable habitat, but both are also elusive as they blend into the leafed canopies of woodland. And so, a water source becomes more important in tracking down these two birds

12:00

National

Patient admitted with Covid-19 tests positive for the West Nile virus

JOSÉ LUIS PIEDRA

...animals in Andalucía", according to information from the Ministry of Agriculture. The director of Public Health at the Junta, José María Torres, added "at this time there are no birds or horses affected, which are those that transmit the Nile virus."