Action for Priority Woodland Species

Meeting the challenge of the UK Biodiversity Action Plan

15th and 16th December 2004

What was the event?

The aims of the meeting were to:

  • Report on the latest research findings and other actions for Priority Species associated with woodland in the UK
  • Identify existing knowledge gaps
  • Set priorities for future research and other actions to ensure progress towards meeting UKBAP targets
  • Provide opportunities for the exchange of ideas and lively debate.

Forest Research presented information on:

  • Prioritisation of research for woodland species
  • Implication of PAWS restoration for dormouse conservation.

View flyer (PDF-276K)

Where did the event take place?

Stamford Hall
University of Leicester
Stoughton Drive South
Leicester LE2 2ND


Dr Richard Ferris
Biodiversity Information Service
Joint Nature Conservation Committee
Monkstone House
City Road
Peterborough PE1 1JY

Tel: 01733 866820