British Wildlife 13.3 February 2002

Reserve Focus: Rhos Llawr Cwrt NNR, Ceredigion

Wet, unimproved grassland, which goes under the generic name of 'rhos pastures', has been rather late in achieving recognition as the wonderful wildlife habitat that it is; indeed, too late in the case of most of it. High rainfall, thin soils, topography and farming history have handed Wales a special responsibility for this habitat, which once was abundant here.

The fall and rise of Ainsdale's Natterjacks Nesting behaviour of the Red Kite in the Chilterns
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