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UK | Lack of visitors halts revenue at NPs, putting wildlife management at risk

LONDON (Reuters) - While goats run riot in Welsh villages and oystercatchers flock to Norfolk shores, Britain’s coronavirus lockdown is not all good news for wildlife. A lack of visitors means many of the country’s nature reserves face an uncertain future.

Around the world, the pause enforced by the pandemic has given the planet a temporary reprieve from the daily assault of human activity, leaving skies to clear over New Delhi and deer to wander deserted Spanish streets.

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