British Wildlife 12.3 February 2001

Whatever happened to the Ravenglass gullery?

Ravenglass gullery! Those words can still evoke images of what was once one of the wonders of the natural world in Britain. Ravenglass was a true 'mecca' not only for bird-watchers but for anyone interested in nature. The reserve supported a fantastic kaleidoscope of wildlife in and around a huge Black-headed Gull Laris ridibundus colony on the remote and desolate Cumbrian sand dunes.

Through a naturalist’s eyes
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