Edited By: David J Bullock and H John Harvey
248 pages, Figs, tabs
Using case studies of contemporary projects and historical data the conservation history of the National Trust, which began with the purchase of Wicken Fen in 1899, is enacted within these pages. Arranged thematically the papers address: grazing as management practice; conservation of butterflies; conservation of bats; historic parks and pasture-woodlands; habitat restoration; prospects for the future.
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