moorland


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moorland

Brit an area of moor
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All the time, too, he kept winding in and out in the lower parts of the moorland where we were the best concealed.
Far as the shore was, the sound of the surf swept over the intervening moorland, and beat drearily in my ears when I entered the churchyard.
I had, by cross- ways and by-paths, once more drawn near the tract of moorland; and now, only a few fields, almost as wild and unproductive as the heath from which they were scarcely reclaimed, lay between me and the dusky hill.
Dawn had lifted, leaving a wide chasm of white between a great gray cloud and the great gray moorland, beyond which the tower was outlined against the daybreak and the sea.
night shepherds upon the moorlands, and they cried to
The correct balance in managing moorland requires new processes and reassessing long-held beliefs.
PROPER moorland management can reduce fuel loads and prevent a repeat of last year's devastating wildfire on Llantysilio mountain, an awareness event heard.
ACTION to reduce the risk of moorland fires continues in Calderdale, with new signs going up on moors across the borough to warn people that using barbecues and lighting fires is banned.
RESIDENTS are being asked to have their say on whether on-thespot fines should be introduced for people who have barbecues on moorland around Greater Manchester.
Part of Fred Olsen Renewables, it was responsible for management and monitoring of a chunk of neighbouring moorland. He estimated half of the area was lost in the fire.
Firefighters tackle a blaze on a moorland above the village of Marsden, northwest England.
I hope other readers noticed that the moorland fires at Otterburn in Northumberland were a great concern and don't feel reassured by a "keep an eye on it approach."