HS2 Resume Tree Felling At Jones Hill Wood WendoverAdd to Lightbox Download
An ecologist working on behalf of HS2 Ltd examines a tree in ancient woodland at Jones Hill Wood for evidence of bat activity on 28th April 2021 in Wendover, United Kingdom. Felling of Jones Hill Wood, which contains resting places and/or breeding sites for pipistrelle, barbastelle, noctule, brown long-eared and natterer’s bats and is said to have inspired Roald Dahl's Fantastic Mr Fox, has recommenced after a High Court judge yesterday refused environmental campaigner Mark Keir permission to apply for judicial review and lifted an injunction on felling for the HS2 high-speed rail link.
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- 2021-04-29 HS2 resumes felling ancient woodland at Jones Hill Wood