The Coto Doñana

In 'News and comment' in April 1966 (Brit. Birds, 59: 163-164), it was announced that H. E. Axell, then warden of Minsmere, Suffolk, had been seconded for two months by the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds to the reserve on the Coto Doñana, Spain, 'to advise and instruct the guards there in the problems of management, including the building of hides, the placing of paths

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