British Wildlife 07.3 February 1996

Through a naturalist’s eyes

"I live down a narrow, dead-end lane and the entrance of my drive opens opposite a turning place. Residents who lack their own drive or garage drive down the lane to turn their cars before parking on the road outside their houses. Their visitors follow suit, but some give themselves more room by backing their vehicles across the threshold of my drive and into my property."

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