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The figure shows that intensification effects are reported for the highest number of IBAs in Spain, Greece and Italy, but also France, Germany, Scotland as well as southern Portugal have significant clusters. Intensification mainly affects lowland, upland and coastal sites.
in your garden or park by piling up some logs in a secluded corner. These will provide shelter for hedgehogs, frogs and toads. If you half-bury the bottom logs in the soil, you will also encourage stag beetles as they are fond of rotten wood. A pile of stones will also provide shelter to a range of insects and spiders.
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