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[The Guardian] Animals and plants reclaim Scotland's abandoned spaces: photo essay
by The Guardian « on: January 04, 2021, 01:01:42 AM »




Animals and plants reclaim Scotland's abandoned spaces: photo essay

From a former airfield to a disused explosives factory, many of the country’s forgotten places are teeming with life as nature reinhabits abandoned manmade structures

Since the idea of rewilding took hold, it has generally been seen as a rural pursuit involving withdrawal from farmland so that animals and vegetation can restore their own ecology.

At its most herbivorous, it includes allowing hedgerows or scrub to flourish unchecked. At its most primal, it involves deliberately releasing animals such as beavers or wolves in the belief that the re-entry of a single alpha species brings with it a cascade of ecological benefits.

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