Habitat Management Plans

Habitat Management Planning

The careful management of habitats for conservation can create and conserve existing habitats. Habitat Management Plans are designed on a site basis and over a suitable time period. They usually include an initial site assessment which entails collating detailed ecological data of a site, the surrounding area, reviewing past records and designing a working management plan. Habitat management plans vary greatly in size and depth.

Photo: Roddlesworth Wood, Witton Weavers Trail. Summer, Lancashires, UK. © Simon Booth

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