Patrick Galbraith

Patrick Galbraith

“Some woozy sage slumped next to you catches your eye, cueing a directionless odyssey through time and space. The following morning, while drinking your coffee, you are at loss to say whether the man—it is most often a man—had really cracked some great mystery of the mind or was just five spliffs deep”

We stand to lose our most vulnerable species unless land managers and conservationists agree on tough strategies for their survival

Marc Hamer, a retired mole-catcher and tweed-wearing existentialist, has led an unusual life and still isn’t quite sure who is he today

Radicals want to reintroduce predators to the British countryside. It would be wiser to learn more about the wildlife we already have