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British Wildlife 28.5 June 2017

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The Cranes of Lakenheath Fen – Male Ferns – Britain's Oldest Butterfly – Natural History of a Sand-Dune Blowout – Survival of a Waxcap Grassland – Changes in Bird Populations in SPAs
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British Wildlife is the leading natural history magazine in the UK, providing essential reading for both enthusiast and professional naturalists and wildlife conservationists. Published six times a year, this subscription magazine bridges the gap between popular writing and scientific literature through a combination of long-form articles, regular columns and reports, book reviews and letters.

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Contents

309 The Cranes of Lakenheath Fen
Norman Sills

317 Through a naturalist’s eyes
Robert Burton

318 Male ferns: why do botanists find them difficult?
James Merryweather

323 Britain’s oldest butterfly – a ‘wonderful beautiful’ survivor from Tudor England
Peter Marren and Martin Warren

326 Habitat management news
Compiled by Conservation Management Advice, RSPB

328 Scribbling in the margins
Richard Mabey

329 The natural history of a sand-dune blowout
Philip H. Smith

335 Survival of a waxcap grassland: Holy Trinity Churchyard Nature Reserve, Prestwood, Buckinghamshire
Tony F. Marshall

341 Letter from the far West Coast
Michael Viney

342 Changes in bird populations in the UK’s Special Protection Areas: a third decadal ‘health check’
David A. Stroud and Ian P. Bainbridge

References

351 How to be wild
Simon Barnes

352 Wildlife reports
Compiled by Rebecca Hubball

374 Conservation news
Compiled by Sue Everett

381 Twitcher in the swamp

382 Book reviews & Letters

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The Cranes of Lakenheath Fen – Male Ferns – Britain's Oldest Butterfly – Natural History of a Sand-Dune Blowout – Survival of a Waxcap Grassland – Changes in Bird Populations in SPAs
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