Doñana restored and the yellow spiky woodlouse19/06/2014
16 years ago Doñana National Park in southern Spain was devastated by a blanket of toxic sludge. Today, after years of work costing £74 million, it is once again teeming with wildlife. But there are new threats to this internationally important wetland – Jane Markham talks to RSPB campaigner Conor Jameson about its plight. Plus Clare Stringer, Head of the RSPB’s UK Overseas Territories Unit, discusses her team’s report on the 28,000 species which live in these, often remote, parts of the world. It includes the incredibly rare yellow spiky woodlouse!