31 MAY 1930, Page 17

Of course, the C.P.R.E.' is not the C.P.R.B. : England

does not include Scotland ; and yet in considering this question in its widest aspect there' are regions of Scotland which have qualities for a great national park not possessed by any of the dozen English or Welsh sites especially selected by the triumvirs : not Snowdonia, or Dovedale, or Dartrimor or the

New Forest and'the rest. England and Wales have no places where you could at once preserve the wild cat, and the nests of lag goose and golden eagle, and maintain the extent of wild country that would give the British Park any similarity to the Banff, Yellowstone or Kruger Parks.