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Bluesky’s Aerial Photomaps Help Protect Norfolk’s Wildlife

By [email protected] - 19th April 2016 - 16:14

UK’s oldest Wildlife Trust plan, manage and report on a range of ground breaking habitat restoration projects. Downloaded from Bluesky’s online Mapshop by Norfolk Wildlife Trust (NWT), the aerial photographs detail an area of West Norfolk known as Roydon Common. One of the finest examples of lowland valley mire (an area of water logged peat), Roydon Common is home to some of England’s rarest flora and fauna, and NWT is undertaking a range of innovative projects to restore and recreate the lowland habitats. NWT purchased the Bluesky high resolution, map accurate images for use in their MapInfo GIS.

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