In Practice Issue 95: Rewilding (March 2017)


Viewpoint: Rewilding – An Idea Whose Time Has Come?

Helen Meech and Mick Green

Viewpoint: Are There Too Many or Too Few Large Herbivores in Our Woods?

Keith Kirby

Anthropogenic Rewilding: An Oxymoron?

Phil Colebourn and Ben Kite

Rewilding in a Managed Landscape – The Swindale Beck Restoration Project

Lee Schofield, Jean Johnston, George Heritage and Oliver Southgate

Getting It Right With Reintroductions: What Conservation Evidence Tells Us About Bringing Back Birds. 

Claire Wordley

Pine Marten Translocations: The Road to Recovery and Beyond

Jenny MacPherson

Pearls in Peril – Conserving and Reintroducing Freshwater Pearl Mussels

Iain Sime, Jackie Webley, Diane O’Leary, Nia Watkin, Lorna Wilkie, Steff Ferguson and Flora Grigor-Taylor

Meet the Author – Keith Kirby

Data Reliability, Data Provision, Professional Judgement and Assessing Impact Assessment for Planning Purposes

Tim Reed

Using MAGIC to Locate European Protected Species Licences

Richard Clarke

Projects Set to Benefit Through Pioneering and Collaborative Strategic Ecology Framework

Career Advice: What Are We Looking For in a Graduate Ecologist?

Owain Gabb

Natural England Launches Badger Class Licence

An Update from the President

Stephanie Wray

Meet the Policy and Communications Team

Chartered Membership

British Ecological Society

Richard English