Coto Doñana catastrophe. The Coto Doñana national park in southwest Spain is justly famous worldwide for its wildlife, especially its wealth of birds. It is facing ruin, however, unless the local authorities do an abrupt about-turn and stop developments which were due to begin in April 1990. In winter, there can be 10,000 Greater Flamingos Phoenicopterus ruber, 69,000 Greylag Geese Anser anser,

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