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20:17

LifeStyle

The rebirth of the Iberian lynx

CECILIA CUERDO

The Iberian lynx is slowly coming out of the ICU in which it has been for nearly two decades. The efforts of ecologists and the public authorities to rescue this species, which was in danger of extinction, are continuing to bear fruit: the lynx ... population has increased ten-fold since 2002, and 894 now roam freely on the Iberian peninsula. After the first phase, which increased the number of individual lynxes, the conservation programmes are now focusing on connecting the different colonies to ... of lynxes at the end of the 1990s. Since then, and thanks to the European Union's Life programmes in which administrations and conservation groups participate, it has been a race with numerous challenges. The first was to stop the decline of the

16:39

Local

Junta says Ronda lynx sighting can't be real

VANESSA MELGAR

The Environment ministry of the Junta de Andalucía regional government has this week moved to deny that video footage of an Iberian lynx could have been filmed in the Serranía de Ronda. The video of the animal went viral after local businessman ... Alpandeire myself and he wanted to walk back to the bodega. When he returned he showed me the video, thinking that these animals were common here. I told him they weren't." Biologist Andrés Rodríguez concurred: "We haven't seen lynxes in this area for a ... vegetation observed in the recording and also the behaviour of the animal. Ruiz's reaction, however, was one of disbelief: "If they decree that there was no lynx, there was no lynx." He added, sarcastically: "I love seeing how they manage the environment

19:01

National

Lynx effect: Sánchez and Merkel in Doñana

EFE

...facility where the endangered Iberian lynx has been protected and bred since 1992. Last Saturday, the PM and the Chancellor disembarked at Doñana, via the Guadalquivir river after having lunch in Sanlúcar de Barrameda and moved on to the Palacio ... lynx, considered the big cat most in danger of extinction in the world. Just recently, and thanks to the work of conservationists, the International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN) has moved the Iberian lynx from 'critically endangered' to ... just 'endangered', but the work goes on. Both leaders toured the centre where the first Iberian lynx was successfully bred in captivity back in 2005, thanks to a team of scientists led by Astrid Vergas. Recently, the Iberian lynx population at the

18:18

Local

On the trail of serious offenders: a day on the road with the unmarked traffic police

JUAN CANO

...call me 'the lynx'," jokes José Miguel. There's a reason for that. Neither he nor his colleague Antonio miss a thing that goes on around them as they drive along the highways of Malaga province. Their mission is to detect serious traffic offences. SUR ... messages. The DGT, which backs the data of the ESRA project, says the percentages are "particularly high" in drivers under the age of 34. As our van is driving along in the right-hand lane, it is overtaken by an Audi. The 'lynx' immediately spots that the

14:52

LifeStyle

Reversing the trend

PETER HARRISON wildlife

When the news is usually about animal species in decline and facing extinction it is refreshing to hear of those on the increase, especially when it is due to human intervention. Someone cares. The Iberian lynx, one of the world’s most beautiful ... yet endangered animals had declined to less than a hundred fifteen years ago. However, due to careful captivity breeding and intensive study of the lynx, they are now over three hundred (though I am wary of exact figures as this animal is evasive and ... very secretive by nature). I felt an enormous sense of privilege on 5 January 2002 when I spotted a lynx on the land adjacent to our house in El Chorro. Usually when I spot something rare my binoculars are in the house or car but not on this occasion.

10:31

National

Doñana, a park running dry

fernando miñana

...port in Seville. Lynx and Mozart The consequences would be dire for many species which breed here, such as prawns and anchovies, which feed from the sediment and are then fished in the gulf of Cadiz. It would also increase salinity, which would be ... “It seems we never learn,” complains Juanjo, who seems to agree with something else that was said by Miguel Delibes, who is an expert on the lynx, to illustrate the importance of things: “If a lynx becomes extinct, it is as if Mozart has died. Nobody