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Super-Ridley blats the Bat-people: But will the evil Raccoon win out?
“Escaped pet raccoons are beginning to establish themselves in northern England with potentially devastating consequences for native wildlife.” Viscount Matt Ridley Viscount Matthew White Ridley is many things. He is a very rare beast: a hereditary … Continue reading
Posted in alien invasive species, bats, coal, invasive species, Matt Ridley, Policy Exchange, Rampisham Down Tagged bats, Invasive species, Matt Ridley, Rampisham 10 Comments
All creatures great and smelly
A fundamental question that conservation keeps returning to is share or spare? Should we create spaces where nature is predominant – for example, nature reserves and at the extreme end “self willed” land. Or should we promote a harmonious interplay … Continue reading
Posted in agriculture, bats, biodiversity, biodiversity offsetting, churches, deregulation, ecosystem services, environmental policy, European environment policy, farming, greenspace, Owen Paterson Tagged Anne McIntosh, Bat, Bat Conservation Trust, bats, Church, Church Commissioners, Ellerburn, habitats directive, Tony Baldry, Westminster Hall 2 Comments