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  1. I recently took a trip to Spain along with a birding friend of mine. I don't think Safaritalk is probably the right place to post the report but I do know a lot of members are in fact birders. If you want to read my report it's available on my blog site. You can share the "Trials and tribulations of a wannabe wildlife photographer" here:- and there certainly were quite a few!! Hope you enjoy the read and it gives some insights and ideas for the future. cheers Dave
  2. The 2015 iberian lynx census has just been released, and shows that if the Doñana and Andujar population decrease, the global population continues growing. However, the species is still threatened by rabbit viral hemorrhagic disease. The Iberlince project is funded by the European Union and aims to save this critically endangered cat using captive breeding and release in the wild techniques.

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