THIS MONTH’S CONTRIBUTORS
Robert E Fuller, page 32
“More is known about the habits of snow leopards than stoats or weasels,” says Robert, who has set up his garden as a haven for these tiny predators.
Phil Gates, page 50
“Hay making supports a level of floral biodiversity that is breathtakingly beautiful – the essence of summer,” says Phil.
Susie White, page 56
“The Rudds are thought to be the last traditional hay-rake makers in Britain,” says Susie of a craft once witnessed in every village in the land.