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Our Conservation Land Management Advice work uses the evidence of scientific research and the experience of conservation land managers to develop and validate advice on how to manage habitats for wildlife.
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Gwent Levels Sustainable Land Management Project
The Gwent Levels in South East Wales is one of the largest areas of reclaimed grassland in the UK and the largest in Wales. The creation and management of this landscape over hundreds of years has resulted in a unique landscape where nature has thriv...Posted 26/11/2018 by Kathryn Smith
The twite are back in town!
Twite are unique in that they only eat seeds, and rear their young on seed alone (many birds feed insects to their chicks). A good supply of small seeds of meadow plants such as dandelion, hawkbit and sorrel is critical to their survival. RSPB has be...Posted 23/11/2018 by Kathryn Smith
Working for Waders across Scotland
If you live in Scotland it is more than likely you will come across at least one species of wader when you are travelling around the countryside. Scotland holds a significant proportion of the UK population of curlews, redshanks, lapwings, oystercatc...Posted 21/11/2018 by Kathryn Smith
Getting down to business with wildlife friendly farming
Georgie Bray, Assistant Manager at the RSPB's Hope Farm shares her experience of joining with other nature-friendly farmers at an event in Westminster to show that Nature Means Business Currently, the Ag Bill is being discussed amongst MP’s in the Ho...Posted 20/11/2018 by Kathryn Smith
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