argylesock says… Continuing my bird theme today, here’s good news for woodland birds. It’s good news for woodland butterflies too.
From Wildlife Extra:
Work to save woodland birds to take place in Worcestershire
Rare birds to benefit from woodland work
February 2013. Work to improve habitat and protect declining woodland birds is about to take place at two Worcestershire nature reserves.
Funded largely by a Woodland Improvement Grant, Worcestershire Wildlife Trust is about to undertake thinning and ride widening works in two woodlands. Trench Wood (near Sale Green) and Monkwood (near Grimley) have both been the focus of previous forestry work and wildlife gains have been recorded.
James Hitchcock, conservation officer for the Trust, explained “The work we’re undertaking is part of the long-term restoration of both these woodlands. Visitors to the woodlands have become used to work of this sort over the last few years. The areas we’re working in and the type…
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