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This video is called Year of Natural Scotland 2013.
From Wildlife Extra:
Report highlights importance of wildlife in cities
Brownfield sites are a haven for a high number of rare species
October 2013. A new report stresses that brownfield sites are important for wildlife in cities, and urges planners to look after nature right in the heart of Scotland’s cities.
Called “brown” because they’ve been developed on in the past, these areas are quickly re-colonised by insects, flowers and birds. A surprisingly high number of rare species have been recorded from the UK’s brownfield sites, including approximately half of rare solitary bees and wasps and a third of rare ground beetles.
The report was commissioned by Scottish Natural Heritage (SNH) and written by Buglife, the Invertebrate Conservation Trust.
The report provides step-by-step guidance on how to identify the best brownfield sites for wildlife. It recommends that local authorities…
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