British Wildlife 20.3 February 2009

Habitat management news

Restoring lowland heathland from plantation forestry is a key means of securing the future conservation of a priority habitat, but it can be contentious. Appropriate engagement of the public is important if such work is to succeed. In Britain, heathland is now a relic of a once extensive, landscape-scale habitat that has become highly fragmented and so is vulnerable to change.

The changing status of amphibians within Eppping Forest Hengistbury Head and Christchurch Harbour – long-term studies and the local community
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