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Wednesday, 16 August 2006

22,000 Acres of South Coast to Become Protected

It is planned to protect 22,000 acres of Kent & East Sussex coastline in an attempt to protect the wildlife that current lives there. The area will streach from Dungeness in Kent around to Winchelsea Beach in East Sussex and will included a number of existing protected areas.

The area will be known as a Site of Special Scientific Interest or SSSI and will allow the area to be properly managed for the benefit of animals, birds and plants. Current residents include Voles water birds and a rare moth, which can now only be seen there.

This is excellent news for the environment and it’s most vulnerable inhabitants. It makes a nice change from all the usual death and destruction that the media feel the need to report.

For the full story, visit the BBC News Website.


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