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Managing Woodlands and Their Mammals Proceedings of a Symposium Organised Jointly by the Mammal Society and the Forestry Commission.

Proceedings
Edited By: C Quine, R Shore and R Trout
106 pages, no illustrations
Managing Woodlands and Their Mammals
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Draws together the expertise shared during one of Britain's most successful ever gatherings of woodland and mammals experts. Squirrel management, dormouse conservation, woodland stock grazing and species reintroductions were among the topical subjects under the spotlight at the event, which was jointly organised by the Forestry Commission and the Mammal Society. Now the wealth of knowledge and experience shared during the symposium has been published, providing a rich source of advice and information for all with an interest in the welfare of Britain's countryside. Contributors have provided accessible overviews of a range of topics, giving both management recommendations and sources of further information for those who want to delve deeper.

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Proceedings
Edited By: C Quine, R Shore and R Trout
106 pages, no illustrations
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