Planners and developers urged to keep trees to avoid anti-bird netting

Planners and developers should give more consideration to whether trees and hedgerows can be retained in new schemes in order to prevent the use of netting that aims to stop birds nesting, the RSPB has said.

by Michael Donnelly and James Agyepong-Parsons

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