British Wildlife 15.1 October 2003

Putting Purbeck’s BAP into action – a case study

Stretching across 40,000ha of rural Dorset, Purbeck has a richness of habitats and species which is unparalleled in England. This is mainly a result of the region's varied underlying geology, which is internationally important in its own right. 

Conserving Scotland's Slavonian Grebes Creating wild-flower meadows by strewing green hay
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