British Wildlife 18.1 October 2006

The value of different tree and shrub species to wildlife

'The power of observation is the basis of all science' Which trees are the most valuable to wildlife? Are tree and shrub species not native to Britain of any value for wildlife? These are two common and fundamental questions, but neither has been satisfactorily answered. The natural history and nature conservation literature is full of partial attempts, some well informed, some less so. 

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