What do you want to explore today?
With Bronze sculpture open days, woodland walks, rambles, children’s Forest clubs to our Moth Night & Butterfly Afternoon, there’s something for everyone at the Heart of England Forest.
Tightly interwoven into the history of Great Britain, the oak has played a part in our past more than any other native tree. Ensuring the future of the oak lies at the core of the Heart of England Forest’s plans.
One of the surveys we’re undertaking this year is for the woodcock, an elusive wading bird dependent on both open grassland and woodland. Fortunately, the Forest contains a good amount of both.