The National Trust is one of the largest conservation charities in the United Kingdom and cares for hundreds of historic buildings. As well as thousands of visitors, plants and animals enter its properties and structures, often seeking shelter or food. Much of this coexistence is harmless, and threatened only by building maintenance or alterations.
For the first time, this guide shares the Trust's decades of nature conservation and building expertise. It covers how to:
Intended for everyone from house owners or those doing DIY to architects, builders and construction professionals, this book is a perfect introduction to building maintenance and repair without harming wildlife. This publication uniquely assists and advises on the essentials for all forms of wildlife, in addition to directing readers to specialised sources of expertise.