Welcome to the ECOS Archive - a compendium of 40 years of commentary and challenging writing on nature conservation in Britain.
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CAMERA TRAPPING FOR WILDLIFE RESEARCH Francesco Rovero and Fridolin Zimmermann (eds.) Pelagic Publishing 2017 293 [...]
Wildlife and game groups should find more common ground. Between them they could bring complementary [...]
WILDING The return of nature to a British farm Isabella Tree Picador2018238 pagesHardback £20ISBN: 978-1-5098-0509-9 Review [...]
ENDANGERED SPECIES Artists on the front line of biodiversity Barbara Matilsky Whatcom Museum, Washington, USA [...]
The nature conservation sector has gained resources and influence, yet wildlife continues to decline. Where [...]
Books: – Where do camels belong? The Story and Science of Invasive Species. Ken Thompson, [...]
Books reviewed in this issue: The New Wild: Why Invasive Species will be Nature’s Salvation. [...]
Plotting in the Woods: Revitalising conservation at the BANC annual event and AGM The BANC [...]
Editorial: Towards infinity. Geoffrey Wain Feature articles – Freeing up nature – from ourselves and [...]
Editorial: A no-regrets response to our mixed up nature. Geoffrey Wain Feature articles – Eco-xenophobia [...]