British Wildlife 18.6 August 2007

Habitat management news

One of the most difficult aspects of habitat management is the disposal of material. While the clearing and cutting-down of vegetation can be relatively easy, it is the burning or removal of the arisings which takes most effort and time. Such issues, together with the physical effort needed to undertake the work and the ever-increasing size of the areas under management, often lead the site manager to look for alternatives.

Heathland and wood pasture in Norfolk: ecology and landscape history Identification: Longhorn beetles: Part 1
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