In 2002, only two populations of Iberian Lynx existed - one in Andújar–Cardeña, in Eastern Sierra Morena, and one in Doñana, Southern Spain) totalling fewer than 100 individuals (Guzmán et al., 2004). The latest figures for the population of Iberian Lynx today is more than 500 individuals and the population has expanded in range too. Thanks mostly to the good work of a LIFE Project IberLince and a number of re-introductions.
Sadly, many animals still get killed on roads as they expand in distribution and funding for this particular project has now come to an end, so the species still isn't safe yet.......
|Iberian Lynx distribution in 1960|
|Iberian Lynx distribution in 2016|
|Iberian Lynx habitat in the Sierra de Andujar|
|Red Deer, Sierra de Andujar|
|Rock Buntings, Sierra de Andujar|
|Female Sardinian Warbler, Sierra de Andujar|
|Cinereous Vulture, Sierra de Andujar|
|Spanish Imperial Eagles, Sierra de Andujar|
|Iberian Lynx, Sierra de Andujar|