Here are the results of our latest newsletter competition…
Last time, we had three copies of Nick Acheson’s The Meaning of Geese: A Thousand Miles in Search of Home to give away, courtesy of Chelsea Green. We asked:
The barnacle goose is so-called due to which mythology surrounding it?
And the answer is: the belief that it hatched from a barnacle. The winners are Victoria Flute, Sally Cross and Sarah Finch. Your books should be with you soon!
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