Wales is surrounded by water on three sides, with over 1600km of coast – there's a lot happening around these shores, from avocets breeding at the Gwent Levels to mason bees burrowing into soft coastal cliffs.
There's a food theme to this issue: growing and buying it locally. Do our children understand the link between people and land? Meanwhile, the otters are back!
Wales is unique in having an intensive, field-by-field survey of its countryside. The information it provides helps decide which habitats, such as heathlands and wetlands, are most in need of restoration and protection.
There is much we can do to help the wildlife around us. Helping existing species such as sparrows or black grouse with nest boxes or habitat management is one way: reintroducing species is a lot more controversial.
Is the natural environment playing a less important role in the lives of each generation? There is plenty in this edition that shows how closely are lives are connected to nature.
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