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National Trust to create UK sanctuary for endangered butterfly
by Steven Morris
The Guardian Translate This Article
23 January 2018
On 23 January 2018 The Guardian reported:
A beautiful wooded valley on the Devon coast is to be the focus of a project to save the UK's most endangered butterfly -- the high brown fritillary. 1950s has undergone a dramatic decline. Other butterflies including the heath fritillary, and birds such as the nightjar and the Dartford warbler will also benefit.
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The National Trust has been given 100,000 [British Pounds] by the People's Postcode Lottery to improve 150 acres of lowland heath and wood pasture at Heddon Valley on the north Devon coast as a habitat for the butterfly.
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