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A Lovely Review for American Ikaros
Long legged buzzard. Achordeia. Picture by Keith
Bonelli's eagle. Achordeia. Taken by Keith
Passing Birds
An Actress in the Village
Avlona on a Cold day
Minas Prearis died January 2013 RIP
Minas Prearis
Ein MUST.
Selection from Reviews of More Tales from a Greek Island
Rain
More Tales from a Greek Island
More Tales from a Greek Island
Triumph for Our Frogs
Elections May 2012
Where to buy
Three Days of birds
Notable Birds of North Karpathos and Saria
More Tales from a Greek Island
Living on less
The Crisis
A poem for Kevin by Ruth Padel
More birds
Birds around the village
The new cover
Kevin Andrews-An Appraisal
Tales in German
Roy Chapman Andrews
Ellinoamerica Review
The Flight of Ikaros
Bonelli's Eagle (Hieraaetus fasciatus)
Eleanora's Falcons
American Ikaros The search for Kevin Andrews
Balakas
Vananda
Rembetika
Spring Opening
Its not all Fun and Games
Scholar Gipsy? The Search for Kevin Andrews
Sometimes Things Work Out
Gabriella
Africa in Diafani
The Search for Kevin Andrews
We get E-mails
coffee
Going to the Doctors
Music in the Village


Triumph of our Frogs

Triumph for Our Frogs

May 2012
The department of Environment of the Aegean University recently held a conference in Mytilene. The title was the Management of Protected Areas
A presentation of "The Karpathos Frog (Pelophylax cerigensis) and the Management Agency of Karpathos and Saria" was greeted with rapture by the 100 or so professors and students present. They applauded at the end and are quoted as saying they had no idea we had a unique frog as well as a rare and unique salamander.

The paper was written by Pakaki V., Pylara A., Jinkinson, R., Prearis G. and Kontaxi Ch. It will be the first of several.

We have several rare or endemic species in N Karpathos and Saria and there will be increased interest in what we have and how it is protected. Each year more tourists will come to visit the natural riches of the island.
Currently up to 100 tourists a year are attracted to Diafani by the diverse and interesting bird life, botanists and zoologists will follow.