British Wildlife 24.2 December 2012

Through a naturalist’s eyes

"When I fly into Stansted, I amuse myself by looking down on the Essex countryside. The pattern of fields and scattered woods unfolds as the plane makes its slow descent, and there is time to have a stab at interpreting what lies below. There are arable fields enclosed by rectangular hedges; others bordered by irregular lines of trees growing on the banks of streams, where there may also be fragments of meadow."

Wildlife in Trust Rejuvenating Welsh dunes
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