British Wildlife 20.5sup June 2009

Re-wilding the grazers: obstacles to the ‘wild’ in wildlife management

British wildlife habitats have a multi-dimensional quality that can easily be overlooked. The most obvious dimensions might appear, to the less enquiring eye, as a mosaic of woodland, heath, dry and wet grassland, reedbed, saltmarsh and mudflats, with associated communities of plants and animals.

Herbivores in space: extensive grazing systems in Europe Wild Ennerdale
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