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Chris Redstall, Warwickshire Wildlife Trust's manager of the Princethorpe Woodlands living landscape scheme, said: "It's about getting ancient woodlands back into management, so they provide a suitable habitat for species like the hazel dormouse.
The project will help conserve hazel dormouse populations across North Wales and the habitats they are found.
The research found that unpredictable and extreme weather conditions, combined with hotter, drier summers and wetter winters, were causing changes in the distribution and behaviour of some species, such as the hazel dormouse.
The Hazel Dormouse lives in semi natural woodland with heavy coppice of hazel trees, hence the name.
The babies will then be taken to parts of the UK where the hazel dormouse has died out - although not to Scotland because of our tough climate.
Suddenly around 30 visitors gathered, watching a hazel dormouse just feet away for over an hour.
In fact, Northumberland hosts the most northerly population of the hazel dormouse in the UK.
The endangered hazel dormouse has seen a dramatic population drop in recent years, disappearing from half its range in England due to the loss and fragmentation of its habitat, as well as its sensitivity to climate change.
1999: Abundance and survival of the hazel dormouse Muscardinus avellanarius in a temporary shrub habitat: a trapping study.
NATURAL habitats along parts of the Staffordshire and Worcester Canal are being improved in a bid to help boost populations of the endangered Hazel dormouse.
The hazel dormouse is one of the endangered species protected by a Heritage Lottery Fund grant
1999: Abundance and survival of the hazel dormouse in a temporary shrub habitat: a trapping study.