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Reptile Habitat Management Handbook

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This handbook is the first attempt to bring together habitat management advice for all native UK reptiles. The half dozen species here have experienced population declines, and are now all Biodiversity Action Plan priorities. The handbook is aimed at site managers, and those who advise on management. It gives advice for a range of settings, from dedicated nature reserves ...more
Paperback, 76 pages
Published 2010 by Amphibian and Reptile Conservation

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Mar 16, 2012 Sam rated it it was amazing
Shelves: ecology, reference
Written for everyone who works in the environmental sector from professional ecologists and environmental managers to government workers, site managers and volunteer and community groups, this handbook details the reptile species found across the UK, their life cycles, habitat needs, distribution and conservation status as well as relevent legislation and policies.

Edgar then sets out the best practices with regard to habitat creation and restoration including how to address other species includi
Mar 15, 2012 Emma rated it really liked it
Shelves: ecologistness
Another hand holder from ARC. This text is good for those that are new to thinking like a reptile with useful species specific habitat and management requirements for sand lizards. This book gives you a plain taking look at different management practices from cutting grass to controlled burning. As ever there is no substitute for the experience route but this is a great way to start.
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