Some Practical Steps to Restoring our Wildlife Heritage
Photography by Mike Bailey & Steve Williams
A beautiful photographic record of a surviving English ancient woodland providing practical advice and inspiration for those wishing to preserve those that still exist and to create woodlands full of insect, bird and animal life for the future.
265 x 210 mm
Subjects: Nature, Sustainability, Photography
Charles Flower has spent many years working on and writing about the restoration of wild flowers to grasslands and has now turned his attention to ancient woodlands, many of which, though derelict, are treasure houses of diversity, an asset unrecognised by almost everyone including those in Government. Yet with a little effort glades and rides, which may represent less than ten per cent of the wood, can be opened up with remarkable results. Once light penetrates some wild flowers will reappear and attract back the insects, birds and animals that once flourished there. This book is not only a beautiful record of the ancient woodlands that, thanks to good management, have continued to thrive, it also constitutes a practical manual and provides inspiration for those working to preserve our existing ancient woodlands and those managing recently planted woods and planting the trees that will constitute our future woodland heritage.Purchase on Bookshop
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