Conservation in England brings back dragonflies, kingfisher


This video from England says about itself:

7 July 2015

Welcome to the Simon King Wildlife Project. Simon shares the story of the project so far and it’s aims for the future.

Please enjoy looking around the channel and be sure to check out the live cams on the website.

Among the results of the project, as the video shows, are returns of dragonflies and kingfishers.

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