British Wildlife 23.3 February 2012

Lapwings on a downland farm – a personal view

I am fortunate to farm an area of land on the fringes of Salisbury Plain. The ground is light and easily worked but undulating, with steep banks interspersed by small woodlands and hedgerows. There is no permanent water; the only stream crossing the farm flows occasionally during the winter. 

The enigmatic Erebia – the Scotch Argus in Britain Wildlife reports
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