Restoration - Rare species thriving on worked out quarries

Wildlife surveys have revealed that species including bitterns, birds of prey, wading birds, rare native orchids, smooth snakes, sand lizards and moth and butterfly species are living in former quarries.

Wildlife: industry conservation efforts praised (Image credit: RSPB-Images.com)
Wildlife: industry conservation efforts praised (Image credit: RSPB-Images.com)

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