Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, UK. 26th October, 2020. HS2 are continuing to fell ancient woodland at Grim's Ditch in Buckinghamshire this morning. Anti HS2 environmental campaigners allege that HS2 do not have a bat licence for felling in these ancient woodlands and so are potentially committing a wildlife crime. They have reported the matter to the Police again this morning an are awaiting a response. Construction of the High Speed Rail from London to Birmingham puts 108 ancient woodlands, 33 SSSIs and 693 wildlife sites at risk. Credit: Maureen McLean/Alamy Live News
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Date taken:26 October 2020
Location:Aylesbury Vale, Buckinghamshire, UK
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