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FOR 91: Chapter 2: Basic Ecological Principles for Restoration

Figure 32. Although urban forests cannot be expected to support all species groups (for example, large mammals or other wide-ranging animals), if effectively managed they can provide habitat at a smaller scale, increase the effectiveness of larger nearby reserves, and help with the movement and conservation of some organisms through enhanced connectivity. A corridor of forest provides this connectivity.

Credit: Henry Gholz