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Iberian wolf summer exhibitions

July 23rd, 2008

Two exhibitions are running concurrently this summer in Spain to reveal the truth behind the myths that still abound regarding the Iberian wolf, Canis lupus signatus. Organised by Carlos Sanz, one of the leading Spanish defenders of the species, they will run until at least the end of August and are well worth a visit. Here are the addresses and opening times;

In the city of Guadalajara, Castilla La Mancha the exhibition is open to the public from 11.00 – 14.00, Monday to Friday in the Teatro Auditorio “Buero Vallejo”, Calle Cifuentes, 30.

In Asturias, the larger of the two exhibitions can be visited in the town of Belmonte de Miranda from 11.00 – 14.00 and from 16.00 – 20.00, every day.

Iberian wolf exhibition in Belmonte, Asturias

Exhibition of photographic monitoring work by Fapas

March 3rd, 2008

An exhibition starts tomorrow, 4th of March, 2008 in La Casa Encendida, Madrid (Ronda de Valencia, 4) of the photographs taken automatically by Fapas as part of their photographic monitoring work of the Cantabrian brown bears. Continuing through ’til the end of the month, the exhibition will be kicked off on the 4th at 19:30 with a talk by Alfonso Hartasanchez on his work tracking the bears by cameras mounted in the Cantabrian mountains.

Bear cub learning how to mark territory