Biodiversity: Windrush wildlife wins friends

A family-owned quarrying and farming business in West Oxfordshire is happy to support a programme that will broaden the area's habitat range and boost pond conservation.

by Martin Layer
Rushy Common: the site provides 13ha of open water incorporating a wide range of habitats (Image credit: David Wootton Photography www.dw-photography.co.uk)
Rushy Common: the site provides 13ha of open water incorporating a wide range of habitats (Image credit: David Wootton Photography www.dw-photography.co.uk)

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