Wildlife of a Working Forest
Mike’s local patch, The New Forest National Park, is an area formed around local traditions, unusual ancient ‘rights’ and constantly changing work styles. It is also an area under severe pressure with perhaps 15 million day visits to this, Britain’s smallest National Park annually. However, the area still contains an extraordinary range of wildlife species with many rarities some of which are unique (in British terms) to the Forest. A digital presentation illustrated by Mike’s own superb photography and delivered in his usual light but informative style.
01-55-D-141 Pony on heath, mist beyond Copyright Mike Read