The Issues - references

Broome, A., Fuller, R.J., Bellamy, P.E., Eichhorn, M.P., Gill, R.M.A., Harmer, R., Kerr,  G. and Siriwardena, G.M., 2017, Implications of lowland broadleaved woodland management for the conservation of target bird species, Forestry Commission Research Note 028. Available online

Eichhorn, M. P., Ryding, J., Smith, M. J., Gill, R. M. A., Siriwardena, G. M. and Fuller, R. J. (2017), Effects of deer on woodland structure revealed through terrestrial laser scanning. Journal of Applied Ecology, doi:10.1111/1365-2664.12902. Available online

Fuller, R.J. & Gill, R.M.A., (2010) BOU Proceedings – The Impacts of Non-native Species. Available online

Gregory, R. D., Noble, D., Field, R., Marchant, J., Raven, M. and Gibbons, D. W. (2003) Using birds as indicators of biodiversity. Ornis Hung. 12-13: 11–24. Available online

Holt, C. A., Fuller, R. J., & Dolman, P. M. (2011). Breeding and post-breeding responses of woodland birds to modification of habitat structure by deer. Biological conservation, 144(9), 2151-2162 Available online

Kleijn, D., and Sutherland W.J., (2003) REVIEW How effective are European agri-environment schemes in conserving and promoting biodiversity? Journal of Applied Ecology 40: 947–969. Available online

Sage, R.B., and Sotherton, N.W. (2015). Predation of woodland bird nests by tree squirrels in Britain, Central Europe and North America. In: Shuttleworth, C.M., Lurtz, P.W. & Hayward, M.W. (eds) Red Squirrels: Ecology, Conservation & Management in Europe: 147-162. European Squirrel Initiative, Woodbridge

Woods, M., McDonald, R., and Harries, S., 2016, Predation of wildlife by domestic cats Felis catus in Great Britain, Mammal Review 33(2):174-188. Available online