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The Burren: some invertebrates

As well as its remarkable plant assemblage, the Burren holds populations of some very interesting insects. This was the first time I’d been to the Burren, so I must acknowledge from the outset that I have no comparative data to verify or refute my personal opinions about how well (or poorly) insects are doing this year (and there seems to be very little collated info online), but there did seem to be surprisingly few invertebrates around.

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Review: ‘Britain’s Dragonflies’, Smallshire and Swash

At the British Birdwatching Fair last month I met - as I've recounted a few times before - Andy Swash, Managing Director of


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