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Nature weeks Catalonia

Nature weeks Catalonia Mike Lockwood
31/01/2014
The first clients for Mike's two nature weeks in Catalonia have already booked up. For the latest news on the two areas - L'Empordà in NE Catalonia and the Pallars Jussà in the pre-Pyrenees, read on ...

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Flora, Butterflies and Moths, Dragonflies and Damselflies, Other Invertebrates, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals, Endangered Wildlife and Habitats | Catalonia | Northern Spain, Eastern Spain

John's 2014 tour dates

John's 2014 tour dates John Muddeman
17/12/2013
The IWT site is now updated with most of my 2014 tour dates and this is to provide a quick preview of what and where I'll be visiting next year. Please feel free to take a browse around!

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Flora, Butterflies and Moths, Dragonflies and Damselflies, Other Invertebrates, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals, Endangered Wildlife and Habitats | Andalusia, Aragon, Asturias, Canary Islands, Castile-La Mancha, Castile-Leon, Extremadura, Madrid | Mainland Spain, Northern Spain, Southern Spain, Western Spain, Central Spain, Spanish Islands

Teresa's 2014 tour dates

Teresa's 2014 tour dates Teresa Farino
12/11/2013
Stop Press!
The IWT website has now been updated with our 2014 tours, and bookings are coming in thick and fast!
Here's a summary of the many and varied trips that Teresa will be organising and leading next year.

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Flora, Butterflies and Moths, Dragonflies and Damselflies, Other Invertebrates, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals, Endangered Wildlife and Habitats | Andalusia, Asturias, Canary Islands, Cantabria, Castile-Leon, Extremadura | Mainland Spain, Northern Spain, Southern Spain, Western Spain, Central Spain, Spanish Islands

In Search of the Littlest Grizzly in the Somiedo Natural Park: 2013 Trip Report

In Search of the Littlest Grizzly in the Somiedo Natural Park: 2013 Trip Report Teresa Farino
07/11/2013
This trip was organised to maximise our chances of seeing one or perhaps more of the 200 or so wild and naturally elusive Brown Bears present in the beautiful and rugged Cantabrican Mountains in northern Spain.

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Flora, Butterflies and Moths, Dragonflies and Damselflies, Other Invertebrates, Birds, Mammals | Asturias | Mainland Spain, Northern Spain

Spain Lynx Quest tour

Spain Lynx Quest tour John Muddeman
07/11/2013
A few notes from my latest tour covering Andújar and Doñana to look for the endangered Iberian Lynx.

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Butterflies and Moths, Dragonflies and Damselflies, Other Invertebrates, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals, Endangered Wildlife and Habitats | Andalusia | Mainland Spain, Southern Spain

In Search of the Littlest Grizzly - Cantabrican Brown Bears in Somiedo

In Search of the Littlest Grizzly - Cantabrican Brown Bears in Somiedo Teresa Farino
31/01/2013
A week spent observing these endangered mammals amid the superb mountain scenery of western Asturias, plus an abundance of other late-summer wildlife

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Flora, Butterflies and Moths, Dragonflies and Damselflies, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals, Endangered Wildlife and Habitats | Asturias | Mainland Spain, Northern Spain

Madrid extended half-day birding tour, 19 Jan 2013

John Muddeman
23/01/2013
A summary of a 6h afternoon trip to look principally for raptors and steppic birds in Madrid.

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Birds, Mammals | Madrid | Mainland Spain, Central Spain

A Birdwatching Guide to Extremadura 2nd edition – I’m working on it!

John Muddeman
23/01/2013
This is a short note just to confirm that the second edition is under way and will be out as soon as possible (perhaps even towards the end of the spring?)

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Butterflies and Moths, Dragonflies and Damselflies, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals, Endangered Wildlife and Habitats | Castile-Leon, Extremadura | Mainland Spain, Western Spain, Central Spain

In the wild west of Spain: Extremadura & Gredos in early May

In the wild west of Spain: Extremadura & Gredos in early May John Muddeman
10/07/2012
A photo-blog combining the observations of two trips to the area in the first half of May, with the wildlife at its peak, especially in the Gredos mountains.

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Flora, Butterflies and Moths, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals, Endangered Wildlife and Habitats | Castile-Leon, Extremadura | Mainland Spain, Western Spain, Central Spain

Sierra de Andújar for Iberian lynx

Sierra de Andújar for Iberian lynx John Muddeman
28/06/2012
A few notes and pictures from a 2-day trip for Spainbirds & SEO/BirdLife to look for Iberian lynx and other wiildlife in the Sierra de Andújar area

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Flora, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals | Andalusia | Southern Spain

 
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