This chapter describes the principles and approaches used in the modification of habitats, such as grasslands, forests, and wetlands, to make them more suitable for species of interest. Sections describe how to plan and monitor habitats, and the general principles are described. For a range of habitats, the key management interventions are described with the likely consequences.
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