British Wildlife 11.4 April 2000

Habitat management news

At the heart of the recommendations that are made for the management of hedgerows for wildlife are that a hedge should be cut late in the winter and that it should not be cut each year. Two studies into hedgerow berry production and availiability by the Institute of Terrestrial Ecology have put firm figures to the difference that management can make.

Wildlife on a branch line - a natural history of the railways Reserve Focus: The Wetland Centre, London
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