British Wildlife 35.4 February 2024

Natural reflections

Although their heads and necks were free, the swans remained serene, never trying to peck us even when subjected to the indignity of being sexed, weighed and measured back at the hut.


Brett Westwood reminisces on a trip to meet an elegant winter visitor on its breeding grounds in the High Arctic.

The colourful lives and times of British and Irish wrasses Comment: The new ‘Locust Years’ of ancient-woodland destruction
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