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Conservation Fact Files 4 - Habitats - Woodlands

Game & Conservation managers operate in three main habitats; Farmland, Uplands and Woodlands. This third habitat video demonstrates just some of the ways in which game & conservation managers conserve the balance and diversity of species in the Woodlands, an environment that is as important for biodiversity as it is for human wellbeing.
We have included activity resources for the teachers to use in class.

This resource is produced by
NGO Educational Trust
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