Workshops and conference presentations

View inside hollow section of fallen oak tree (c) Alex Hyde
  1. Introduction: Back from the Brink and Ancients of the Future

2. The Aging Process of Trees and The Benefits of Fungi

3. Lichen of Ancient Trees

4. Saproxylic Invertebrates: Ecology and Management of Wood-decay habitats

5. Bats: Ecology and Habitat requirements

Moccas Park, Herefordshire

Savernake Forest, Wiltshire

Integrated approaches to cross taxa management

Species recovery in ancient tree habitats

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