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More information on managing land for wildlife

We have more advice on managing specific features on your land to help wildlife. This includes details for looking after traditional orchards, woodland and hedgerows. We also have an advice note about how to manage your land if water voles are present. We hope you find the information useful.

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    Traditional orchards and their wildlife

    Old orchards are vital homes for nature. Building on our ongoing survey of the nation’s orchards we're creating a virtual advice centre for owners to keep their orchards in top condition for wildlife.

    Find out more
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    Managing hedgerows for wildlife

    The hedgerows of the UK are invaluable to wildlife, providing home to many native animals. They also provide corridors to travel throughout the landscape. Both of these are important to the maintenance of many species.

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    Managing small woodlands for dormice

    Download our woodland management guide for owners and managers. It details dormouse ecology, planning, protection and best management practices for biodiversity.

    Download guide
  • Helping water voles on your land

    Simple improvements to land management practices can enhance the suitability of habitat for water voles, helping to connect colonies across the landscape. This guide is endorsed by the UK Water Vole Steering Group.

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