British Wildlife 24.1 October 2012

Tree-hunting in Warwickshire

If there has been one sector of Britain's biodiversity conspicuously lacking coverage in British Wildlife, it has to be our non-native trees. One could argue that their introduced status and mostly artificial distribution rank them alongside garden flowers and shrubs, and irrelevant sideshow to the concerns of natural-history recording and nature conservation. 

The intriguing case of the Welsh Poppy Meconopsis cambrica The rose bedeguar
Scroll to Top