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Gatekeeper butterfly


IN THE NOVEMBER
COUNTRYMAN MAGAZINE:

Identity crisis in Sussex
Tony Francis, journalist and presenter of TV’s Heart of the Country, explores the town of Winchelsea … or is it a village?

Lest we forget
Richard Hayman pays homage to some of our countryside war memorials

Beavering away in Wales
Julie Richards-Williams is looking forward to the possible return of beavers to Mid Wales

At home with a tawny owl
Martin Windrow on his remarkable friendship with Mumble the owl

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