Wildlife Conservation Group in the

Forest of Dean








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30 October 2007

This track was previously impenetrable and the piles of cut laurel can be seen on the left. The large larch trees in the distance were barely discernable prior to our work and the sunlight showing through will encourage low growth in the future.



The lake looked magnificent in the sunshine and is well used by anglers as well as having quite a few water fowl on it.




Grid Ref SO584023

Continuing the laurel clearance at Clanna where significant signs of work can now be seen. Sunlight came through the trees as we moved the laurel cuttings aside and left the area much more open. The laurel was so intertwined that it regularly 'cracked' during the cutting requiring careful manouvering during the process.






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