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British Wildlife

So many beautiful trees have been added to the Ancient Tree Inventory since the first tree, the Major Oak in Sherwood Forest back in 2005. The latest issue of British Wildlife celebrates all that has been achieved since then.

British Wildlife is one of the most popular magazines amongst practicing ecologists and anyone with a serious interest in natural history and conservation. Having nearly reached 150,000 records, and growing, of many of the most valuable trees in the UK countryside, it felt like the time was right to highlight the ATIs contribution to the conservation of biodiversity.

The article gives us a way to reach out to those with similar interests and tell them about the way in which the ATI is being used to protect trees and hopefully encourage more professionals to use it on a regular basis in their work. If you would like a copy of the article please email us for a pdf.