Rebuilding the English countryside: habitat fragmentation and wildlife corridors as issues in practical conservation (ENS10)

This report wa prepared in 1995 because many habitats in England were more fragmented (the patches are smaller and more isolated from each other) than they had been 50 years ago. There was sufficient evidence that this was potentially an important cause of species decline to justify opposition to further habitat fragmentation.
This pre Natural England document is being published as part of our work to share our evidence and make it available online.

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