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Update on 2012 departures with Iberian Wildlife Tours: Christmas 2011

Update on 2012 departures with Iberian Wildlife Tours: Christmas 2011 Teresa Farino
07/12/2011
A short summary of availability on Teresa's Spanish natural history holidays in 2012

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

Spanish natural history holidays in 2012 with Teresa Farino

Spanish natural history holidays in 2012 with Teresa Farino Teresa Farino
28/10/2011
After a hectic and extremely hot summer and early autumn over much of Spain, our tour schedule for 2012 is finally on line, so it’s perhaps a good time to let you know where and when I’ll be leading natural history holidays next year.

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Wildlife of Almería

Wildlife of Almería Teresa Farino
05/03/2010
Fancy escaping from the British winter? There are still a few places left on IWT’s forthcoming week-long tour to south-eastern Spain (15 – 22 April 2010).

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Flora, Butterflies and Moths, Dragonflies and Damselflies, Other Invertebrates, Reptiles, Birds | Andalusia | Mainland Spain, Southern Spain

S Spain in spring: Strait of Gibraltar, Doñana & Extremadura

S Spain in spring: Strait of Gibraltar, Doñana & Extremadura John Muddeman
18/04/2009
Details from the first half of this Travelling Naturalist tour

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Flora, Butterflies and Moths, Dragonflies and Damselflies, Birds | Andalusia, Extremadura | Southern Spain, Western Spain

Segovia, Madrid, Extremadura, the Strait & Doñana

Segovia, Madrid, Extremadura, the Strait & Doñana John Muddeman
01/04/2009
Comments and highlights from the second half of the tour

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Flora, Butterflies and Moths, Birds | Andalusia, Castile-Leon, Extremadura, Madrid | Spanish Mainland, Southern Spain, Western Spain, Central Spain

Segovia, Madrid, Extremadura, the Strait & Doñana

Segovia, Madrid, Extremadura, the Strait & Doñana John Muddeman
24/03/2009
Comments & highlights from my recent tour (pt 1)

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