British Wildlife 35.5 April 2024

Natural reflections

Young and callow, I accepted these and others as the natural status quo: there would always be Cuckoos calling in the copse behind our house, and surely I could rely on seeing Wood Warblers and Spotted Flycatchers each May in the local woods?


Brett Westwood shares the pain and joy of revisiting old nature-journal entries.

A mink-free Britain is now within reach An upturn in fortunes for the Speckled Footman moth in Britain
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