Leylandii any good for wildlife?
I've recently moved to a property which has a gigantic leylandii tree which I would like to remove as part of my plans to create a beautiful wildlife garden. I would like to replace it with a native tree (preferably not so tall and a bit more pretty!). However, presently the leylandii is often full of birds sheltering and it seems popular with the bees in the spring time. I'm not sure I'm doing the right thing and desperately need some advice! Should I go ahead and remove it and if so any suggestions for a replacement?