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Alderney: An Island Wood For WIldlife

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Alderney’s not been heavily wooded for millennia, but there’s a case for increasing coverage, without compromising other vital landscapes, to recover losses from the Nazi occupation and benefit an astonishingly rich diversity of wildlife on the island.

With Roland Gauvain, Jack Harper and Jack Bush from the Alderney Wildlife Trust: https://www.alderneywildlife.org/

And John Horton and Matt Scragg from the Alderney Bird Observatory: https://alderneybirdobservatory.org/

Film and Music by Tom Bliss: http://urbal.tv/


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