British Wildlife 24.1 October 2012

Reserve Focus: Farlington Marshes Nature Reserve, Hampshire

There are parts of the British Landscape that seem to act as lodestones for the natural world, areas that for some reason appear to be hard-wired into the collective memory of migrating birds. Recently, while walking along one of the paths at Farlington Marshes, I was greeted by the sight of a swirling flock of Yellow Wagtails hopping and diving around the great mouths of a small group of cattle, as they picked at the insects that were being put up by the animals' indifferent tearing at the turf. 

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