Forestry workers with "forwarder" machine, removing felled timber from Dunwich Forest, Suffolk, UK, February 2011. Non-native Corsican pine trees planted in 1990 are gradually being removed by the Forestry Commission, and the area will eventually be allowed to re-seed naturally with native broadleaf species - in about 25-30 years time.
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