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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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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

Summary of the Picos de Europa Lepidoptera Study, 2010

Summary of the Picos de Europa Lepidoptera Study, 2010 Teresa Farino
26/09/2011
Between February and October 2010 we recorded 118 species of butterfly and 377 macromoths in the Picos de Europa and surrounding area, in the process adding 13 new macromoths to our list for the region.

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Butterflies and Moths, Endangered Wildlife and Habitats | Cantabria, Castile-Leon | Mainland Spain, Northern Spain

Cabañeros National Park trip report 15-18/09/2011

Cabañeros National Park trip report 15-18/09/2011 John Muddeman
25/09/2011
A quick report from a recent weekend-long tour to Cabañeros National Park, sometimes referred to as the 'Spanish Serengeti'.

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Butterflies and Moths, Dragonflies and Damselflies, Birds, Mammals | Castile-La Mancha | Mainland Spain, Central Spain

John's autumn 2011 wildlife tours

John's autumn 2011 wildlife tours John Muddeman
23/07/2011
A quick overview of my tours for autumn 2011 and big changes for 2012

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Butterflies and Moths, Dragonflies and Damselflies, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds | Extremadura | Mainland Spain, Western Spain, Non-Iberian

March birding day trips in Madrid - observations

March birding day trips in Madrid - observations John Muddeman
10/03/2011
As well as the resident bird species, winter visitors and incoming migrants add to often surprisingly high diversity visible in Madrid, as shown during recent guided day tours.

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Flora, Butterflies and Moths, Birds, Mammals | Madrid | Mainland Spain, Central Spain

Late winter and early spring in C Spain

Late winter and early spring in C Spain John Muddeman
24/02/2011
While winter has not finally gone, spring is edging in and when the weather's clear, the temperatures rise and wildlife takes advantage!

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Flora, Butterflies and Moths, Amphibians, Birds, Endangered Wildlife and Habitats | Madrid | Mainland Spain, Central Spain

Teresa's 2011 wildlife holidays with expert birdwatcher and all-round naturalist Jeff Clarke

Teresa's 2011 wildlife holidays with expert birdwatcher and all-round naturalist Jeff Clarke Teresa Farino
22/01/2011
Natural history of the Picos de Europa and Catalan Pyrenees: a fabulous wealth of wildflowers, butterflies, birds and other wildlife.

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Flora, Butterflies and Moths, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals | Cantabria, Castile-Leon, Catalonia | Mainland Spain, Northern Spain

John's 2011 spring wildlife holidays

John's 2011 spring wildlife holidays John Muddeman
21/01/2011
Come and discover the exciting range of birds, mammals, butterflies, dragonflies and other wildlife in Spain and C & E Europe on John's spring tours.

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Flora, Butterflies and Moths, Dragonflies and Damselflies, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals | Aragon, Extremadura | Northern Spain, Western Spain, Non-Iberian

Eastern Eggar Eriogaster catax (Linnaeus, 1758) in Liébana

Eastern Eggar [i]Eriogaster catax[/i] (Linnaeus, 1758) in Liébana Teresa Farino
08/12/2010
New Cantabrian locality - only the third in the province - for this scarce lasiocampid moth.

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Butterflies and Moths, Endangered Wildlife and Habitats | Cantabria | Mainland Spain, Northern Spain

More unusual Odonata in W Madrid

More unusual Odonata in W Madrid John Muddeman
24/08/2010
Recent records of Dainty and Mediterranean Bluets and Southern Darter confirm the high quality of the odonate fauna of the Western Sierras of Madrid

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Dragonflies and Damselflies | Madrid | Mainland Spain, Central Spain

 
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