Rowena Langston

The valley headwater fens of the Norfolk–Suffolk border

Forming part of the Norfolk-Suffolk border, the valleys of the Little Ouse and Waveney Rivers hold the largest surviving valley fen in England. Rowena Langston outlines the origins, character and species features of the Norfolk-Suffolk fens, while exploring the associated challenges for habitat restoration and conservation. The upper valleys of the Little Ouse and Waveney Rivers,

Bird conservation and access: coexistence or compromise?

The impacts of access to the countryside on wildlife, especially the effects of disturbance to birds, are of concern to many, particularly those responsible for the management of sites where access and important bird species coincide. 

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