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If one family calls another will sometimes reply. The morning song – which in Hollongapar occurs every two to four days – can last up to half an hour, and identifies the singer’s species, sex and identity. Today the song bout climaxes after 15 minutes, and the family disappears. Gibbons get around using a lanky yet powerful alternate-arm-swinging technique called brachiation, which propels them at up to 55kph, as they hurl themselves across gaps in the forest canopy as wide as 6m. Knowing that we’re unlikely to catch up with the superathletic gibbon family, we make our way back to the track.
Alternatively, if the railway line is treated as a massive ecological opportunity, fostered through creative partnerships with local communities, environmental charities, farmers and foresters, and if nature is recognised by the engineers, planners and politicians as a living asset, then HS2 could grow to become one of the conservation triumphs of the 21st century. WE WILL NEED A THOROUGH BASELINE SURVEY OF ALL OF THE HABITATS AND SPECIES ALONG THE HS2 ROUTE. 32 BBC Wildlife of such expensive structures delivering the greatest environmental benefit.
Passengers gazing out of train windows would be treated to views of a sizeable National Nature Reserve. Restoring damaged landscapes and creating new habitats throughout that corridor will be relatively straightforward and would cost a tiny fraction of HS2’s total budget. The Wildlife Trusts argue that 1 per cent of the currently predicted £42 billion expenditure would be more than enough to create a long-term living legacy that could set the wider English landscape on the road to ecological recovery.