British Wildlife 13.1 October 2001

Comment: British wildlife and human numbers: the ultimate conservation issue

Interest in wildlife during the latter part of the 20th century was, in Britain as elsewhere in the world, increasingly dominated by concerns about its future. This and many other journals have reflected the appearance of conservation biology as a scientific discipline in its own right, albeit an enterprise born of crisis and one that we would all prefer need not exist.

Through a naturalist’s eyes
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