British Wildlife 12.2 December 2000

Habitat management news

Rides, Roadsides and edges are important habitats in forests, providing conditions suitable for a range of species of conservation importance. They are, however, generally subject to the process of succession, leading to colonisation and establishment of woodland. Their open nature can be maintained by grazers and browsers and/or by management.

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