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FHN improvement opportunities east of Melrose. High quality woodlands that currently do not contribute to networks (red hatching), indicate that a potentially extensive habitat network could be developed by: 1) buffering existing high quality woodland (red boxes); 2) management of existing sites to improve habitat – e.g. removal of conifer, or restructuring (Blue box), 3) linking smaller fragments into larger network (orange boxes).

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FHN improvement opportunities east of Melrose. High quality woodlands that currently do not contribute to networks (red hatching), indicate that a potentially extensive habitat network could be developed by: 1) buffering existing high quality woodland (red boxes); 2) management of existing sites to improve habitat – e.g. removal of conifer, or restructuring (Blue box), 3) linking smaller fragments into larger network (orange boxes).


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