Habitat Fragmentation and its Effects on Natural Environments that Most People will Surely Ignore

Chinese Privet growing along the side of a tree
A crane near a patch of land not too far from its position
A patch of land by the contiguous part of the lake
The concepts of the Model of Island Biogeography are similar to those of habitat fragmentation, making it an important reference tool to manage biodiversity in such fragments. Source: www.islandbiogeography.org
A Sweet Gum tree sapling from the nature trail

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Alan Bailey

Alan Bailey

I’m a graduate from LaGrange College with a B.S. in Biology, striving to be a conservationist and to help our planet.