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Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve Reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest is destined to forever struggle for its own survival, and it’s under threat right now; as an urban nature site it has to react to a range of small and sometimes relatively large natural and manmade stimuli. It is true that many things are forced to adjust to environmental change and the demands of human activity and expansion, albeit at differing rates and to varying degrees, but not all are as closely managed, monitored, recorded, or as important locally for rare fauna and flora, as is Wilden Marsh Nature Reserve and Site of Special Scientific Interest.
Effective management is perhaps the most positive means of affecting both the vitality and vibrancy of the SSSI. Left to its own devices, the marsh will very quickly favour its fastest growing and more invasive species. Left unmanaged…
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