British Wildlife 14.4 April 2003

Through a naturalist’s eyes

"I have often said that I would rather watch a common species of bird doing something interesting than spend my time looking for, and identifying, unusual species. It is far more rewarding (anyway, I am hopeless at identification). So it happened on a recent visit to a reserve on the east coast."

The science that redefines the seasons. Recent results from the UK Phenology Network The Savernake Tunnel – an important hibernation site for bats
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