Wendover, UK. 9th April, 2021. Environmental activists document tree felling operations for the HS2 high-speed rail link in Jones Hill Wood, ancient woodland said to have inspired Roald Dahl. Tree felling work began this week, in spite of the presence of resting places and/or breeding sites for pipistrelle, barbastelle, noctule, brown long-eared and natterer's bats, following the issuing of a bat licence to HS2's contractors by Natural England on 30th March. Credit: Mark Kerrison/Alamy Live News

Wendover, UK. 9th April, 2021. Environmental activists document tree felling operations for the HS2 high-speed rail link in Jones Hill Wood, ancient woodland said to have inspired Roald Dahl. Tree felling work began this week, in spite of the presence of resting places and/or breeding sites for pipistrelle, barbastelle, noctule, brown long-eared and natterer's bats, following the issuing of a bat licence to HS2's contractors by Natural England on 30th March. Credit: Mark Kerrison/Alamy Live News Stock Photo
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