British Wildlife 16.4 April 2005

Habitat management news

A recent article in Biological Conservation reports on the techniques used to develop an integrated land-management strategy for the restoration of moorland dominated by Purple Moor-grass Molinia caerulea. British heather moorlands are internationally significant ecosystems, and one percieved threat is an increase in grasses, especially Molinia, at the expense of dwarf shrub-heath species such as Heather Calluna vulgaris.

Letter from the far West Coast Nature's calendar – 2004 results from the UK Phenology Network
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