British Wildlife 21.6 August 2010

Through a naturalist’s eyes

"From childhood holidays on the south coast, I remember that sandy beaches were crowded with people but the animal life was less interesting. There was usually not much to see except for shells of long-dead molluscs and crustaceans. Once in a while, however, the beach was the svene of a massive wreck of animals and bathing become less than inviting."

Black Grouse recovery in northern England A garden for all reasons
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