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Old 19th May 2016   #6 (permalink)
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What an incredible place. Absolutely amazing and totally valuable. Are these protected?

Chinadog, I've had similar experiences to you. Near where I live, two old village ponds (separate villages) which used to be full of pond plants and crested newts are sadly no more. Village properties in the southeast attract big prices, and I'm going to say this and be controversial, are bought by people with money, from out of area. They see a village pond and think.....white ducks and fish. Result, weed gone, newts gone and the opportunity for the next custodians of the natural world to learn about and appreciate what they should be inheriting....gone.
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