British Wildlife 35.4 February 2024

Wild story

The year began with England as a grubby, gleaming mirror – thousands of acres of flooded fields, reflecting grey skies promising yet more rain.


After a saturated start to 2024, Amy-Jane Beer argues that the ties between catchment management and flooding should be impossible to ignore. 

Rare plants: where human and natural history meet In natural processes we trust: rewilding and freshwater-wetland restoration
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