English version

woodland in Nature topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwoodlandwood‧land /ˈwʊdlənd, -lænd/ ●●○ noun [uncountable] (also woodlands [plural])  DNan area of land covered with treeswood, forestsee thesaurus at forest
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woodlandThere is a children's play area and 13 acres of riverside, meadow and woodland walks to enjoy.Again late August or early September is the likely time for these beautiful woodland birds to appear.Fact: It contains our largest relatively unbroken block of deciduous woodland.There are edges or discontinuities everywhere, and gardens are like vastly extended woodland edge.If the garden is in the country near woodland than timber may be the best material to use.In order to make use of the wood, the trust has revived some of the old woodland skills in an innovative way.But it does best in the dappled shade you get under shrubs or woodland trees.By comparison, the woodland areas of industrial countries appear to be growing slightly in size.