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Upgrade for popular UK nature sanctuary
by Roger Harrabin, BBC Environment Analyst
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18 March 2020
On 18 March 2020 BBC News reported:
One of the UK's most popular wildlife tourism destinations is getting a back-to-nature makeover. Conservationists have teamed up to triple the size of a nature sanctuary on Purbeck Heath by adding private land to three existing reserves. It will create the largest lowland heathland in England and will allow species to shift round the landscape as the climate changes. The area is currently among the finest in the UK for wildlife diversity.
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