British Wildlife 25.2 December 2013

Farewell to the silver meadows? The story of breeding waders on the Somerset Levels

Among the pleasures of early spring the sights and sounds of the Somerset Levels on a still morning are hard to beat. Courting Snipe chip and drum above the damp hay meadows on West Sedgemoor and Greylake's splashy pastures resound to the urgent 'leeu leeu' calls of displaying Redshank.

Through a naturalist’s eyes
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