Wild Horses Munch Desolate Marshland Back to Life
"We have already seen egrets back nesting on the site."
- Peter Smith, Wildwood Trust chief executive
Canterbury, England, UK - Close to the cathedral city of Canterbury, wild horses linked to sinister Nazi experiments are helping to bring wildlife and rare birds back to once desolate marshlands.
In an intriguing ecological exercise that could revitalise the countryside, naturalistic grazing is the environmental buzzword -- the horses basically munch the marshes back to life.