British Wildlife February 2020

This issue of British Wildlife is a cracker – but then, they all are.

Miles King on ‘What Legacy for Gove?’

Stephen Harris ‘Stop Vilifying the Urban Fox’

Patrick Barkham ‘What next for HS2?’

Peter Marren ‘Will Natural England Survive?’

And many other good and regular features, but the thing to which I always turn first (second if I have my column in it) is the brilliant Twitcher in the Swamp.

I sometimes wish it were monthly rather than bimonthly.

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3 Replies to “British Wildlife February 2020”

  1. Couldn't agree more.

    I've been a subscriber for almost thirty years and it continues to maintain its high standard and surprisingly eclectic coverage of natural history.

  2. Yes, an excellent publication and the latest issue is right up-to-date with some relevant articles.

  3. Brett Westwood's "Natural Reflections" brought to mind my Ladybird books which are at the bottom of a box somewhere.
    I could recall every picture he described, and yes, i remember the Goldeneye "error".
    They were 2/6d at the time, which coincidentally was my spending money.
    A different Countryside, certainly.


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