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A rewilding diary by Emily Warner

I found myself in a landscape still held in the tail end of winter. The birch, previously aflame with the colours of their autumn leaves, showed their exposed skeletons of deep chestnut branches…

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A Year in Kingcombe: December, by Anita Roy

Outside, the large, circular bird-feeder hanging on a branch of the bare hawthorn tree is aflitter with birds: blue tits, great tits, dunnock, sparrows, robins, wrens, even a great spotted woodpecker zooms in for a spell.

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The New Wild by Anna Tsing

What does it take to make a native plant or animal or fungus abandon its companionable habits to carve a path of destruction across the landscape?

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A Dim Dark Smudge by Melanie Challenger

Over the past few years, I have been looking into the complexities of this debate and I can tell you only one thing with confidence: it’s a huge, vigorous muddle.

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