British Wildlife 14.4 April 2003

Water frogs in Britain

In the last two decades, there has been a vast increase in reports of non-native frog species occurring in Britain, particularly in the south-east regions of England. The aims of this article are to discuss the identification, origins, distribution, habitat choice and ecology of the introduced species of water frog. 

A naturalist abroad – The Brenne, France The status and ecology of the Yellow Wagtail in Britain
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