Hedge Cutting – Time is Running Out!
23rd February 2013
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It is an offence under Section 1 of the Wildlife & Countryside Act of 1981 to intentionally take, damage or destroy the nest of any wild bird while it is in use or being built.

The RSPB recommend that cutting hedges and trees is avoided between March and August as this is the main breeding season for nesting birds, but as we all know, warmer weather in general means that some birds are starting to nest earlier in the year.

Why are we reminding you of this? Because there is now little time left this winter to schedule in major hedge work to be certain of complying with the Act.

If you want to make sure that you hedges and trees (or your neighbours) are healthy and safe, or you would simply like more light in your garden, give us a call to request your free visit and quotation. Whether it’s planting, pruning, removing, surveying or advice, we have all the skills and resources to help you.

Contact Jenks Oxford on 01235 409024

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