British Wildlife 25.3 February 2014

Lowland oligotrophic lakes in England – an examination of these English rarities

Lakes (waterbodies larger than 1ha) are some of the most iconic but, in conservation terms, overlooked habitats of the English landscape. Whilst other areas of the UK may have more lakes, England's varied geology supports a wide range of different types of lake, including a group of lakes that are very rare across the whole of Europe.

Chalk streams and grazing Mute Swans Letter from the far West Coast
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