No idea where it is? Neither have I. But last night’s Autumnwatch, added to the recent Tanzanian revelation, convinces me that Africa is the place to go to support our beleaguered wildlife. The Senegalese actually seemed to be able to tolerate the ospreys taking their share of a swamp’s bounty.
Could it be that they’re showing more generosity than us North Europeans? Certainly more than our compatriots who would happily shoot cormorants merely for being better anglers. And centuries ahead of the dismal Mediterraneans, who would shoot anything that flies.