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Mature Trees

Mature Trees
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Large mature trees not only give birds somewhere to nest but provide fruit for foxes, badgers and even deer.

Saving a few dead or dying trees, called snags, is important to provide nesting sites for owls, woodpeckers and squirrels. Furthermore, bats use hollow trees for roosting.

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Plant a range of trees, shrubs and climbers to provide food and shelter. Larger plants, particularly trees, support more wildlife and their flowers, fruits and seeds provide food for everything from insects to birds.

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Small trees and shrubs – particularly those that have fruit and berries – also provide food for both humans and animals.

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