The fact that all you bird experts, jizzers, twitchers an' what-have-you manifest doubts as to what whether it's a bird, a plane or Superman, etc., makes me glad I stick to 'shrooms - they might be lethal, but at least they don't move.
B. that as it m., short article in yesterday's 20 Segundos
mentions that 7 buitres negros
have just been sent off to be released in the Boumort and Alinyá nature reserves in the Catalán Pyrenees.
They had been treated by the Grupo de Recuperación de Fauna Autóctona (Grefa) de Majadahonda, Madrid, but no mention is made of where they are from originally.*
*Right, if I'd done a bit of homework first to get background info, i.e. visiting the Grefa website
, I'd have been able to tell y'all that the birds have been donated by the Junta de Extemadura and that they'll spend the next 14 months in cages to get 'em acclimatised before being released. Read more here:http://www.grefa.org/modules.php?op=modload&name=News&file=article&sid=269&mode=thread&order=0&thold=0