British Wildlife 12.4 April 2001

Enhancement of amenity-woodland field layers in Milton Keynes

Anyone who lives in or visits Milton Keynes will be familiar with the grid road network that intersects the city. Along and within this system are extensive plantations of trees and shrubs that were planted during the early years of the city's development to filter and frame views, creating a visually stimulating experience as well as a network of wildlife corridors.

From passive to positive - the Countryside Act 2000 and British wildlife Identification - Egg-laying and larval development of Great Crested Newts
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