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An excellent resource for the nature lover who enjoys trails through the bio-diversity of western Andalucía. The Crossbill Foundation have done an excellent job of introducing the wonder of Malaga and Cadiz provinces to the nature lover.
The Spanish Fir, latin name Abies pinsapo, is the national tree of Andalucía, and one of the few trees that survived through the last ice age.
A complete expert checked list of birds endemic to the Serrania de Ronda, and those that follow migratory paths between Northern Europe and Africa. With a list of special interest sites to view birds of Ronda.
A magical city to delight the senses, explore and enjoy.
First AGM of the Andalucía Bird Society held during June field trip to El Saucejo in the Sevilla province. Juan Onate, a Ronda biology school teacher was re-confirmed as club president.
Icon of the Serranía de Ronda, and a fearsome bird of prey, Bonelli’s Eagle is described by Peter Jones of Spanish Nature, a local tour guide with amphasis on birdwatching
A day trip from Ronda to Fuente de Piedra with the Andalucia Bird Society to see greater flamingo and other birds
Peter Jones from Spanish Nature tells the amusing story of the mandrake, a winter flowering plant seen all over the Serranía
Alpacas grazing in snow covered fields near Ronda this weekend, photo courtesy of Andalucian Alpacas.
One of the most magnificent birds seen in Spain, the Griffon Vulture is also a very common sight around the Serranía de Ronda which is one of its most important breeding grounds