British Wildlife 21.5 June 2010

Comment: ‘Good Ecological Status’ of inland waterbodies – fencing of riverbanks is not ‘good for biodiversity’

Riverbanks are amongst the richest places for wildlife. They combine all imaginable terrestrial habitats with flowing water – the combinations of grasslands, marshlands, scattered trees and shrubs, and woodlands provide a major focus for plant and animal life. 

Flies of exposed riverine sediments Letter from the far West Coast
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