British Wildlife 20.6 August 2009

Habitat management news

The increased use of artificial fertilisers has long been associated with casual declines in species-rich grasslands throughout Europe. In Britain, the loss of traditional hay meadows and unimproved grassland has been implicated in the decline of many once common plant and animal communities."

Climate change and the high Cairngorms: reality and hyperbole Brown Galingale at Breamore Marsh
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