Trees for Life has just alerted me to the following:  "Forestry Commission Scotland has just published a report on the state of Scotland's native woodlands. It has found that only 4% of Scotland is covered in native woodland, with grazing by herbivores shown to be the biggest threat to them. Invasive non-native species such as rhododendron were also found to be important threats locally, with climate change and diseases presenting additional challenges. This really demonstrates the importance of our work in restoring the native Caledonian Forest."