How maverick rewilders are trying to turn back the tide of extinction – podcast

A handful of radical nature lovers are secretly breeding endangered species and releasing them into the wild. Many are prepared to break the law and risk the fury of the scientific establishment to save the animals they love. By Patrick Barkham

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The Long Read Martin White Butterfly Breeder<br>For The Guardian. The Long Read with Patrick Barkham.
Pictures for feature with Ecologist and rare butterfly breeder Martin White of Worksop. Martin is suffering from cancer but is still persevering with breeding and releasing rare butterflies around the country which he has done for many years.
Pictured is Martin White in his home back garden with the with a mating pair of Mazarine Blue butterflies on his hand which he has bred.
Photo by Fabio De Paola
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