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Welcome to the Gibraltar Ornithological and Natural History Society
 

The Gibraltar Ornithological & Natural History Society (GONHS), founded in 1976, is a non-governmental, membership-based organisation committed to research into and conservation of nature in Gibraltar and the region of the Strait of Gibraltar.

 

Griffon close-up

 Griffon Vultures still heading north on 21 June .                                                          Photo: John Sanchez ©

 

We work independently and in collaboration with other organisations and scientific or conservation institutions to achieve these aims.

We are committed to environmental and biological education both through our own programme of activities and by supporting others.

 

Membership is open to all those who share our aims.


 

 

   
GONHS is a Partner of BirdLife International, a member of IUCN (The World Conservation Union), of the UK Overseas Territories Conservation Forum and the British Trust for Ornithology Partnership.
    

  


All data and images on this website are the copyright of GONHS.    © GONHS

 

Gibraltar Ornithological & Natural History Society
PO Box 843, Gibraltar.
Tel: (+00 350) 200 66588
Email: info "at" - gonhs.org
www.gonhs.org

         

Registered Charity No. 54

 

Latest News

 

Upper Rock

gets facelift


Gibraltar Bird Alert


Recent wing-tagging

of raptors


Annual General

Meeting


Public info on

Macaque problems


Bird Migration

Nature Festival


Heritage Trust

plant oak trees


Barbary Macaque

export plan finalised


'Gibraltar Nature Reserve' Designation


Fishing Report

published


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