British Wildlife 26.6 August 2015

Through a naturalist’s eyes

"One of those on my 'list of creatures to find' this year was a sand wasp, one of the many solitary species loosely called digger wasps. To do a bit of geographical name-dropping, I have watched sand wasps in Provence, in Madagascar and along the disused railway near the RSPB headquarters at Sandy, but I wanted to find a colony close to home where I could easily drop in."

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