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16:07

Opinion

Out of their natural environment

PETER HARRISON

I like to have questions from readers, and will try to answer them providing they are not veterinary ones, but a recent statement surprised me when a lady said: "My neighbours think I am mad and seeing things. Please convince me I am not. I have seen

17:23

Travel

Senegal sojourn

Andrew Forbes

...the ever-growing urban sprawl, the Bandia Wildlife Reserve offers the peace of nature. It is a huge protected area that is found between Dakar, and the luxury beach resorts of Saly, on the Petit Côte. The nation is working to restore and rewild areas ... like the Bandia Wildlife Reserve where native species are being introduced and indigenous fauna protected - albeit in in the context of a wildlife park. These projects are in collaboration with landowners and hospitality businesses that offer wildlife ... numbers of West African lions. Senegal is surprisingly not really regarded for its African wildlife, instead seen as more of a cultural destination. Yet its national parks are extraordinary. Continuing further south to the Unesco-listed Siné-Saloum

17:26

Travel

Senegal

ANDREW FORBES

Facebook.com/VillageDesArtsDeDakar/ African Renaissance Monument - Dakar Said to be the tallest monument in Africa, this vast, almost Soviet-style structure is dedicated to Senegal's independence and the rebirth of Africa following colonialism. Bandia Wildlife Reserve - Petite ... Côte Private wildlife park where visitors can see antelopes, gazelles, elephants and rhino which roam grasslands amongst huge baobab trees. The restaurant makes for a good stop-off on a road trip heading south. Eating al fresco you are surrounded by ... abundant wildlife, including monkeys, warthogs, colourful birds - and at a safe distance, even crocodiles! Accommodation is now available at Le Ranch de Bandia; new, private lodges with terraces that open directly onto the reserve, with views of the wild

15:54

Opinion

Water and wildlife

PETER HARRISON

...life more pleasant for both humans and wildlife.

18:09

Local

Volunteers take part in La Herradura chameleon census

J. R. / P. G. T.

Around 50 volunteers including children participated in a chameleon census in the Cerro Gordo area of La Herradura last Saturday evening. The event started off with an informative meeting during which experts from Almeria's Sociedad para el Estudio

13:17

Interesting animal behaviour

PETER HARRISON

Animal behaviour is interesting to read about, but more interesting if you witness it first hand and draw your own conclusions. When you live in a very old farmhouse, as we do, there are many cracks and nooks where wildlife chooses to hide away. ... When we moved to our present home and replaced the windows, the new panes fitted into the spaces but needed some filling with an edge of mortar and over time the mortar cracked leaving spaces for wildlife. To our surprise we heard chirping, not just an

14:16

What's the time?

PETER HARRISON

If you want to know the time you consult your watch or clock. Animals and birds have no such mechanical aids. They just know by instinct, aided tremendously by the sun or, to be more precise, by the light of the day. We once lived in a house on the

14:03

Opinion

Our waste, their pain

PETER HARRISON

Animal lover or not, everyone who saw it on television must have been moved by the sight of a seal that had come close to death by starvation due to getting a rubber ring around its neck. Someone had carelessly been playing with it on a beach when it

14:38

Gibraltar

Open Day raises £1,500 for wildlife park project

Debbie Bartlett

The Alameda Wildlife Park's first-ever open day outside the park raised over £1,500. The event was held in Ocean Village last Saturday and children flocked to the animal learning enclosure to see the rabbits, tortoises, cockatoos and reptiles.