British Wildlife 21.6 August 2010

Reserve Focus: Ranscombe Farm Reserve, Cuxton, Kent

There is a passage in J E Lousley's classic New Naturalist title Wild Flowers of Chalk and Limestone (1950) where he describes, in his typically cryptic way, a place of 'chalky cultivated fields… above the Medway', where the 'rare little Hairy Mallow' and various other chalkland rarities grow.

Conserving the Culm Skipper Newson of Grimsby – the ‘Sturgeon Hunter’
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