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Excursions a Cabrera Blog

25-01-2020 | Excursions

¡Cabrera en la Escuela… … y la Escuela en Cabrera!

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25-01-2020 | Excursions

¡Cabrera en la Escuela… … y la Escuela en Cabrera!

25-01-2020 | Excursions

Biel el virot vuelve a las escuelas de Mallorca....

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25-01-2020 | Excursions

Biel the shearwater goes to school

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25-01-2020 | Excursions

Biel the shearwater goes to school

25-01-2020 | Excursions

Excursions a Cabrera has helped students discover the natural wonders and history of Cabrera for more than 50 years. Our goal is to encourage...

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01-07-2018 | Excursions

The cetacean migration corridor

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01-07-2018 | Excursions

The cetacean migration corridor

01-07-2018 | Excursions

The cetacean migration corridor has been declared a Marine Protected Area...

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27-05-2018 | Excursions

The Portuguese man of war arrives in Mallorca

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27-05-2018 | Excursions

The Portuguese man of war arrives in Mallorca

27-05-2018 | Excursions

It’s becoming a tradition that the summer season hits the headlines with the presence of some dangerous sea creature. Last year it was the...

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09-04-2018 | Excursions

Quimera. The biography of a Balearic shearwater

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09-04-2018 | Excursions

Quimera. The biography of a Balearic shearwater

09-04-2018 | Excursions

Quimera is a comic about the life of a 30 year old balear shearwater...

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20-09-2017 | Excursions

Eleonor of Arborea and the falcon

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20-09-2017 | Excursions

Eleonor of Arborea and the falcon

20-09-2017 | Excursions

September and October are busy months in the Eleonora’s falcon colonies of Cabrera. From the sea we can observe the acrobatics of the adults...

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05-07-2017 | Cabrera

What is happening to the noble pen shell?

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05-07-2017 | Cabrera

What is happening to the noble pen shell?

05-07-2017 | Cabrera

The noble pen shell Pinna nobilis is a large (4 ft) marine bivalve endemic to the Mediterranean Sea....

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