The Grey Seal in Britain: coping with a conservation success



We often lament the failures of conservation, as in the case of the Turkish turtles, but hardly ever address the opposite, which can also generate real conflicts. The Atlantic grey seal is a good example of the problems associated with a nature conservation success in modern Britain and has been studied extensively by Dr Robert Lambert, who has supplied the details of this case-study.

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