Tilhill Forestry takes on coppicing to help rare butterfly

The owner of a 30-hectare Hampshire woodland is working with Tilhill Forestry to re-establish a coppicing rotation for the benefit of one of Britain's rarest butterflies, the Duke of Burgundy.

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