Habitats

A habitat is an area where groups of organisms live and is characterized by living and non-living elements. In woodland habitats trees are the main vegetation components i.e. where canopy height is 4-5 metres or more. Shrubs or smaller trees can also be included. Ground flora of smaller plants and herbs can also identify a habitat as well as the animals that live there. Woodland habitats comprise four layers:



The Canopy - the leafy tops of trees with their birds and insects
The Shrub Layer - with smaller trees and shrubs including bushes with berries e.g. brambles
The Ground layer - with small flowering plants and animals such as mice and shrews
Leaf Litter - Dead leaves and needles with animals such as hedgehogs, millipedes and earthworms.

The main woodland habitats to be found in Ireland are

=  Semi natural Woodland
=  Highly modified non Native Woodland
=  Scrub/Transitional Woodland
=  Linear Woodland/Shrub

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