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- What is ‘rewilding’ and who is it for? 02/11/2017
- Open letter to the Rt. Hon. Michael Gove, Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs. 11/10/2017
- The Unintended Consequences of George Monbiot. 11/10/2017
- Should Wolves and Lynx be re-introduced into the British Countryside? – Part 2: Lynx and Wolves – a Brief Biology and Discussion. 28/09/2017
- Should Wolves and Lynx be released into the British countryside? – Part 1: Introductions and Re-introductions. 18/09/2017
- How should we manage Predators and Prey? 04/09/2017
- Brexit – will it lead us into an economic abyss? 19/08/2017
- What is “conservation” and who is it for? 28/07/2017
- Is Theresa May an ‘Unelected’ Prime Minister? 04/03/2017
- The impact of upland farming – Part 4 of 4: Definitions and conclusions. 02/03/2017
- The impact of upland farming – Part 3a: A short walk upon Bodmin Moor. 01/03/2017
- The impact of upland farming – Part 3 of 4: Ecology of the uplands in transition. 14/02/2017
- The impact of upland farming: Part 2 of 4 – The invisible strands of culture. 06/02/2017
Author Archives: wulfstansghost
Open letter to the Rt. Hon. Michael Gove, Secretary of State for the Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
NOTE: This letter was originally published in Country Squire Magazine here on 2nd October 2017. Dear Mr Gove, As you are aware, Lynx UK Trust has recently submitted an application to Natural England for a licence to release Lynx into … Continue reading
NOTE. This article was originally published in Country Squire Magazine here, on 21st March 2017. Don’t get me wrong about all this – I’m rather fond of George Monbiot’s writing. It is always entertaining and there is plenty to … Continue reading
Should Wolves and Lynx be re-introduced into the British Countryside? – Part 2: Lynx and Wolves – a Brief Biology and Discussion.
Part 1 of this series discussed the generalities of introductions into the British landscape and the problems that they have usually engendered. This brings us to consider the specific issues surrounding the possible future introductions of Lynx and Wolves … Continue reading
Should Wolves and Lynx be released into the British countryside? – Part 1: Introductions and Re-introductions.
An integral part of the rewilding agenda is that of the release or encouragement of large predators back into environments where they have been absent for a long time. In the European scheme of things, this means Wolves, Lynx, Bears … Continue reading
In the middle of all the arguments and to-ing and fro-ing of the debate upon how we should manage our uplands, the issue of whether shooting does or does not have a serendipitous conservation value is once again raging – … Continue reading
The past few months have seen the wailing and gnashing of teeth by those who voted Remain, reach some sort of crescendo. James Chapman, former Daily Mail political editor, director of communications for George Osborne and then Chief of Staff … Continue reading