November 1993 – vol. 86, issue 11, pp 585–589 NOT ALL THAT LONG AGO, criticism of the Forestry Commission was almost a daily event. The design and, very often, the location of commercial plantations seemed to work against the best interests of birds and other wildlife, and various aspects of forest management appeared to make the general situation even worse. This has changed dramatically, and nowadays our state foresters can rightly claim to... This article is only available to subscribed users.To read more, please log in or purchase a subscription.