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2 edition of Notes on the fauna of Alderney. found in the catalog.

Notes on the fauna of Alderney.

R. B. Freeman

Notes on the fauna of Alderney.

by R. B. Freeman

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Published by Alderney Society in Alderney .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index.

The Physical Object
Pagination72p.
Number of Pages72
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19209010M

General Comments. In comparison to its size, (under 2, acres), Alderney has a greater number of rare species of both plants and animals, than anywhere else in the British Isles, that being said, the largest of our ten mammals, in the wild, is the rabbit and there are no major carnivorous species at all. Cambridge University notes, investigations into Sylt’s wartime history are still continuing. And irrespective of the Alderney camps’ nature, many people still lost their lives. Figures vary, but it is estimated that between and people perished. Alderney still bears the scars of the occupation, and manyFile Size: 3MB.

The History of Alderney Library When the people of Alderney returned home in following their compulsory evacuation to the U.K. and the German occupation of WWll, they found very few houses intact, little furniture and no books. Their first task was to rebuild the houses and establish a basic economy, but there was also a need for reading material to supplement the only existing source of. The States of Alderney agreed despite the opposition of some in Alderney, to this loss of sovereignty over a large part of its civil affairs. In responsibility for main roads, drains and water supply was transferred back to Alderney's States. In Guernsey with Alderney's consent assumed responsibility for adoption and in child care.

Protecting Alderney's Wildlife. Moths & Butterflies. Other Insects & Spiders. Amphibians & Reptiles. Invasive Species. Recording Wildlife. Alderney's Plastic Project. Wildlife Webcams. Alderney Community Woodland. Wilder Islands (IIEM) What's going on. Discover & Learn. LIVE: Wildlife Webcams. Wilder Islands Conference (IIEM).   Alderney is the most northerly of the Channel Islands, and the closest to France. Only 3 miles long and miles wide, the island has a single natural harbour, Longy Bay. This was critical to its fortunes for millennia, until the British military constructed a gigantic breakwater at Braye in


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Swinge Race, on the west, separates it from the uninhabited Burhou, Ortac, and smaller islets, beyond which the notorious. ALDERNEY - A BOOK OF POEMS: The Alderney Society: Guernsey inc p&p £ UK & Jersey inc p&p £ This book came about as a result of a competition for poems about Alderney.

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A British island in the English Channel. The northernmost of the larger Channel Islands, it is separated from the French coast by a swift channel, the Race. Please find below the current list of books by title letter 'N' available at the Alderney Library.

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"Alderney at War" is a factual record of this remarkable episode in British history.5/5(3). Press Release - Governance Review. For immediate release: 4th September The States is undertaking a consultation exercise to seek views from residents about how the island is governed.

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The Landscape. Alderney’s landscape is rugged and beautiful. The island is just miles long and miles at its widest point. Although Alderney is small there are over 50 miles of lanes and country paths which make it an ideal place for on: Braye Street Aurigny Guernsey.

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