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All of DWT's nature reserves require management (often including scrub clearance) to help them thrive. Perhaps you have some time you can spare to help us manage these precious sites?
This is often the case when DWT first takes responsibility for a new reserve which then requires restoration management for the first few years. This usually involves a focused effort in reducing the area of scrub on a reserve. Once the right level has been achieved the scrub is managed as any other habitat on the reserve with small areas being cut each year to provide a varying age structure.