British Wildlife 16.5 June 2005

Habitat management news

Managing a habitat for wildlife is immensely complicated and the decision-making process is scattered with opinions, principles and a thin smattering of hard science. Until now, someone trying to address a question about habitat management has had to rely on the opinions of those with more experience of the question, sometimes enshrined in a book, or, if he or she is very lucky, a scientific paper.

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