...or alternatively the two occurrences of nesting were so unusual they were recorded for historical prosperity. ;)
Can history repeat itself if something has only been recorded once (without human intervention)?
Some interesting points (also thanks to Paul) for discussion.
Briefly regarding funding - although enigmatic species may bring in additional funds (putting aside the notion that some of these projects are privately funded), conservation organisations will respond (to a degree) to...
I'm pretty sure that most ecologists familiar with the history of the Scottish landscape would take great exception to that statement, probably these people most of all: https://www.rewild.scot/
The "wilderness" landscape you refer to is made exclusively for the rearing and shooting of grouse...
Hi again Gleb:
I know, I know, you're not Gleb, you're Jake.
Man, these endless, ranting, reactionary, ill informed threads threads on rewilding are...