Important conservation work!

Relating to my last blog ‘ Helping the Warblers’ to find suitable nesting habitat at Raw Nook LNR I have arranged for a retired experienced landscaper to carry out some conservation work at 10 am on Thursday 21/3.

The aim is to reduce some of the Silver Birch mature saplings that are spreading and blocking light to the canopy floor which in turn is reducing nesting opportunities for birds like the Chiffchaff and Willow Warblers limiting any wild flowers to grow.

Mature trees will not be cut only not mature saplings and this will be carried out using a chain saw.

The area will be checked for any early nests and if there is any hint of one found the work will not be carried out.

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