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July 2022

Humble heroes: the hidden world of hedgerows and their wildlife – 20th July 2022

July 20, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 8:30 pm

Join us to learn more about the incredible world of hedgerows. From nesting birds to hibernating hedgehogs, well-managed hedges can provide abundant resources for much of our wildlife. They form a key component of our natural heritage and provide many key ecosystem services and functions. Yet, to maintain a healthy hedgerow network into the future, we need to manage hedgerows according to their natural lifecycle. In this talk we will cover: The importance of hedgerows to wildlife and humans The…

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August 2022

Hazel dormouse habitat management and hedgerow management – 23 August 2022

August 23, 2022 @ 9:30 am - 4:00 pm
Briddlesford Woods, Briddlesford Woods, Wootton Bridge, Isle of Wight United Kingdom
Hazel dormouse in Briddlesford Woods - Isle of Wight. Credit Clare Pengelly

Hazel dormice are one of Britain’s most enigmatic species, but they are hard both to find and study. This is because they are small, they live in the tree and shrub canopy when active and they come out at night. They are also closely associated with old, managed woodlands, where they live, and with hedgerows, that they use as dispersal corridors. Briddlesford woods on the Isle of Wight is a private reserve owned by the People’s Trust for Endangered Species…

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January 2023

Healthy hedgerows: from the individual hedge to the landscape-level – 19th January 2023

January 19 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
laid hedge

Date: 19th Jan Time: 6.30-7.30pm Cost: Free Venue: Online Despite their humble appearance, healthy hedgerows support much of Britain’s wildlife, from winter visitors like fieldfares and redwings, to bats, butterflies and hedgehogs. They also quietly provide many different ecosystem functions and services, including flood control, carbon storage and pollination. Yet, to keep hedgerows healthy and providing this multitude of benefits to wildlife and humans long into the future, they need careful management. This talk will cover: The importance of hedgerows…

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