British Wildlife 15.3 February 2004

Comment – Rare plant introductions in the UK: creative conservation or wildflower gardening?

Writing at the end of a long period agricultural depression, W G Clarke (1925) provides a vivid account of Breckland with its wild expanses of shifting sands, lonely warrens and windswept heathland – an interconnected landscape where species were able to move around and establish themseleves wherever conditions were appropriate. 

The quality of nature in England Possible impacts of Grey Squirrels on birds and other wildlife
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