British Wildlife 21.2 December 2009

Rural gardens, allotments and biodiversity

There have been few studies of wildlife in ordinary gardens, despite the large area they occupy in aggregate. Most have not employed random samples, making it diffcult to generalise the findings, with the exception of the Sheffield study, which provided many interesting results (Gaston et al. 2004).

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