Heathland sentence example

heathland
  • hectares of heathland remaining in Greater London in total.
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  • It is an arid bank of heathland and dunes, but both Nordby and Sonderho in the south are frequented as seaside resorts.
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  • You are most likely to come across a basking adder by accident while walking on a narrow heathland track.
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  • Species in the national and local BAPs include bullfinch and common pipistrelle while habitats include lowland heathland.
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  • Holyhead is a popular seaside heathland course on Holy Island which is linked by a picturesque causeway to Anglesey.
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  • They are predominantly diurnal (daytime) and feed on a variety of heathland plants.
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  • Further on, the maritime heathland was alive with Arctic Terns, Great and Arctic Skuas, all engaged in dramatic aerial dogfights.
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  • As well as open fen the reserve includes a mixture of wet heathland, open water, scrub and woodland.
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  • lichen flora is also well developed with many of the classic heathland species present.
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  • Lichens, especially species of the diverse genus Cladonia, are a very important group on heathland.
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  • Heathland is a rare and threatened habitat, and many of the species of plants and animals found on Hartland are equally rare.
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  • Recent bracken clearing will allow a more natural heathland habitat to emerge, which will be enhanced further under Tir Gofal.
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  • There are pockets of heathland which support cross-leaved heath & dwarf gorse.
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  • The heathland is rich in lichens, including the rare golden hair lichen.
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  • Back to top Grazing Grazing by domestic livestock can benefit heathland in a number of ways.
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  • lowland heathland, which became the subject of a Habitat Action Plan in December 1995.
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  • Other mire types frequently occur within the heathland matrix, especially M25 Molinia caerulea-Potentilla erecta mire.
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  • Heathland (User Rating: 1.00 | Length: 2.3 Pages) Heathland Heathlands have a mor (acid) soil.
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  • mosaic of lowland acid grassland and heathland in the Breckland ESA.
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  • Left ungrazed the heathland becomes invaded with scrub, causing heavy shading that will kill off the heathland vegetation.
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  • Many grassland, heathland and wetland species declined over this period, with habitat loss as the main driver.
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  • Sweeps of purple flowering heather and sweet scented gorse dominate the heathland whilst the wetlands harbor insect-eating sundews and rare marsh gentians.
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  • tracts of heathland back to their former glory.
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  • This process can be hastened by additions of mown heather seed capsules, application of topsoil or by laying heathland turves.
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  • upland heathland is also represented within the National Nature Reserve (NNR) network.
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  • In contrast to the surrounding clay vales, the acidic soils of the ridge support areas of heathland and mixed woodland.
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  • Bracken removal and heathland restoration on Trinity Hill west would result in a mixed age mosaic of heathland vegetation.
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  • Some species of plants, such as petty whin Genista anglica, are found only on heathland.
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  • The plan has been created with the aims of preventing further decline and restoring vast tracts of heathland back to their former glory.
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  • Upland heathland is also represented within the National Nature Reserve (NNR) network.
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