British Wildlife: December 1998
amabbett at bham-assist.demon.co.uk
Sat Jan 16 16:38:10 EST 1999
In article <3eUikFAbvPo2Ew3d at wharfe.demon.co.uk>, David Brear
<dbrear at wharfe.demon.co.uk> writes
>Volume 10 Number 2 December 1998
>69 Long-term Changes in Grazing in Sutton Park National Nature Reserve
>John Box and Helena Bramwell
>Sutton Park is Britain's only biological NNR in an urban area. It has been
>grazed, at varying intensities, for centuries. The authors trace the
>numbers of stock and the changes which have been wrought, particularly
>to woodland and scrub.
Sutton Park is in Birmingham, and managed by Birmingham City Council.
We've just added a link from the modest section (due to be expanded
later this year) of our pages, about the park, to an external site which
details the park's natural history, including check lists of species.
> * * *
>I have no connection with the publishers of British Wildlife, which is 'an
>independent bi-monthly magazine covering all aspects of British natural
>history and conservation'. I hope this summary may be of interest; any
>opinions expressed here are my own.
>The Wildflower Page
>Conserv at tion - the monthly review of British wildlife conservation
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Andy Mabbett, Development Manager, Birmingham Assist
Birmingham City Council - http://www.birmingham.gov.uk
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