The aim of this Booklet is to show how woodlands managed mainly for wood production can be improved as habitats for wildlife. It is concerned with identifying those features of woodlands which promote wildlife conservation and suggesting how these features can be maintained or introduced by management. It suggests that wildlife conservation can and should be a management objective in all woodlands, whatever the other aims of management. The extent to which these recommendations are put into practice will depend on local circumstances but it is hoped that this Booklet will be of value to every forest manager and those interested in improving woodlands as wildlife habitats.
216 x 279mm | 68 pages | black and white