Role of Large Trees in Wildlife

They play a vitally important role for wildlife, quite obviously, and cutting them down causes major damage to birds. For example I take a walk every day past Fagwr, the farm of my ancestor Daniel Hopkin, and that leads to an ancient road which must be several hundred years old. There are large trees in the hedges and this time of year the swallows start to prepare for the migration south. They are swift flying and graceful birds and their habitat is a large tree. A number of different species live in my own two large oak trees, and I will resist any effort to damage them in any legal way I can think of. They include the raven (bran), blackbird (aderyn du), and robin, and many other species.

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