Wader habitats to be protected against newly planted woodland

The Forestry Commission is creating a new toolkit to prevent newly planted woodlands from impacting species reliant on open habitats, such as wading birds.

by Dan Symonds
Breeding waders such as the Curlew are reliant on open habitats during the breeding season - credit: Philip Croft
Breeding waders such as the Curlew are reliant on open habitats during the breeding season - credit: Philip Croft

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