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Places remaining on John's spring tours

Places remaining on John's spring tours John Muddeman
22/01/2010
All of John's spring wildlife tours are running, though a few spaces are left - please see below

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Flora, Butterflies and Moths, Dragonflies and Damselflies, Other Invertebrates, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals | Aragon, Extremadura | Mainland Spain, Non-Iberian

Segovia & Soria - a long weekend in wonderful countryside

John Muddeman
04/06/2009
Spring is at its peak here on the N plateau, some 6-8 weeks later than in Extremadura!

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Flora, Butterflies and Moths, Dragonflies and Damselflies, Birds | Castile-Leon | Spanish Mainland, Central Spain

S Spain in spring: Strait of Gibraltar, Doñana & Extremadura (2)

S Spain in spring: Strait of Gibraltar, Doñana & Extremadura (2) John Muddeman
07/05/2009
Details from the second half of this Travelling Naturalist tour

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

Wild Spain

Wild Spain Teresa Farino
06/05/2009
Teresa’s latest book, the lavishly illustrated Wild Spain, is now on the shelves.

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Flora, Butterflies and Moths, Dragonflies and Damselflies, Other Invertebrates, Amphibians, Reptiles, Birds, Mammals, Endangered Wildlife and Habitats | Mainland Spain, Spanish Islands

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

Two new dragonfly species on the Canary Islands

John Muddeman
11/03/2009
Two new species for the islands recorded on the same date at the same site!

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Dragonflies and Damselflies | Canary Islands | Spanish Islands

 
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