Common Frogs

Common Frogs

Common Frogs COMMON FROGS CONSERVATION STATUS: Least concern Protected in the UK under Wildlife and Countryside Act 1981 HABITAT: Woodland, farmland and gardens with water sources such as ponds, lakes and rivers. IMPORTANCE: Frogs are key parts of aquatic and...
English Partridge

English Partridge

The English partridge population fell by 82% between 1970 and 1998. This has been mainly caused by the loss of insect food sources on farmland. The loss of seed sources and the loss of nesting habitat has also contributed. GLOBAL CONSERVATION STATUS: Low Concern, Grey...
Pheasant

Pheasant

Pheasant GLOBAL CONSERVATION STATUS: Least Concern The number of pheasants are decreasing HABITAT: Pheasants particularly like grassland, farmland, woodlands and even towns and gardens. They mostly consume seeds, berries and insects and will roost in trees....

Hedgerows

Hedgerows Hedgerows are lines of shrubs and bushes such as hawthorn and bramble and sometimes larger, mature trees, often seen around the perimeter of arable fields or along roadsides. They provide a habitat for nesting birds and foraging opportunities. They also...

Orchards

Orchard Orchards contain elements of woodland, grassland, and hedgerow habitat, making them a diverse mosaic, perfect for a multitude of species. Key elements include: BLOSSOM: Blossoming apple and pear trees provide a feast for local pollinators such as bees and...
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