Neil A. Mackenzie, Robin F. Callander
Provides a summary account of the present extent, distribution, composition and condition of the native woodlands of the Highlands, which at over 210,000 ha is substantially greater than had previously been recognised. Half is of natural origin and half is of planted origin native woodland. Birch, Scots pine and oak are the commonest native species. There has been a recent increase in the natural regeneration and planting of native species. This publication is still available to order in hardcopy.
A4 | 28 pages | black & white