Wildlife of a Working Forest illustrated talk
I regard the superb New Forest as my 'local patch' as I live on the edge of this unique location which is studded with ancient and ornamental broad-leaved woodlands, mires, ponds and streams, timber plantations and glorious heathlands.
Ancient rights, local traditions and constantly changing work practices add greatly to this, Britain's smallest National Park. However, it is an area under great pressure with perhaps 15 million day-visits annually. Despite this pressure, the New Forest still contains an extraordinary range of wildlife species with many rarities and some are even unique in British terms. This presentation is illustrated by my own acclaimed photography with a commentary in my usual light but informative style. The talk will be varied to suit the individual audience.
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