British Wildlife 21.6 August 2010

Habitat management news

The book Woodland creation for wildlife and people in a changing climate: Principles and practice, sponsored by the RSPB, the Woodland Trust and the Eden Project, has recently been published by Pisces Publications (ISBN 9781874357445). New native woodland has the potential to make a significant contribution to wildlife conservation in Britain, by supporting flora and fauna characteristic of both woodland and wider countryside habitat. For example, woodland creation provides opportunities for a number of strongly declining woodland birds characteristic of young woodland, such as Tree Pipit Anthus trivialis, Willow Warbler Phylloscopus trochilus and Garden Warbler Sylvia borin.

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