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Ian Mercer , warden of Slapton Ley Field Centre, describes the flora and fauna of the nature reserve which visiting naturalists may enjoy
The gannet colony of the Bass Rock is described by Ian Balfour Paul, who visits it annually for ringing sea birds
Stanley Cramp, after a recent visit to Poland, talks about his experiences there and presents an interview with Professor K. W. Szarski on Polish ornithology
Hugh Newman tells of an attempt to save a colony of scarlet tiger moths threatened with extinction on the Kent coast
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