British Wildlife 22.4 April 2011

Habitat management news

Reptile Habitat Management Handbook. This handbook is the first attempt to bring together habitat management advicce for all native UK reptiles. The half-dozen species here have experienced population declines, and all are now Biodiversity Action Plan priorities. The handbook is aimed at site managers, and those who advise on management. It gives a advice for a range of settings, from dedicated nature reserves to farmland, and includes a useful appendix of Environmental Stewardship options.

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