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Woodland Management for Birds A Guide to Managing for Declining Woodland Birds in England

Handbook / Manual
By: N Symes(Author), F Currie(Author)
89 pages, colour plates, illustrations, maps, tables
Publisher: RSPB
NHBS
Excellent RSPB/Forestry Commission handbook on birds and woodlands management
Woodland Management for Birds
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  • Woodland Management for Birds ISBN: 9781901930566 Paperback Dec 2005 In stock
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Excellent handbook on woodland managemement for birds.

This is a joint publication by the RSPB and the Forestry Commission. Chapter 1 covers Woodland types; Chapter 2 lists and covers all Woodland Birds of concern; and Chapter 3 deals with management, including: habitat requirements; woodland structure; managing coppiced woodland; ride and glade management; buffering the woodland edge; grazing and browsing; woodland management and game birds; providing nextboxes, public access and managing disturbance.

There are appendices on woodland management grants, tree felling, UK Woodland Assurance Standard (UKWAS), and important agencies and organisations, and other sources of information.

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Handbook / Manual
By: N Symes(Author), F Currie(Author)
89 pages, colour plates, illustrations, maps, tables
Publisher: RSPB
NHBS
Excellent RSPB/Forestry Commission handbook on birds and woodlands management
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