Using the change in seasons as a focus for contemplation can be very powerful, so give our 5 minute autumn equinox meditation a try.
The daubenton’s bat is fast and agile. They hunt over our Forest ponds, scooping up insects in its large wings and tail.
The smallest of all British bats and the species you are most likely to spot in the Forest, the common pipistrelle prefers deciduous woodland and farmland near to water.
Our largest bat, these strong and fast flyers can be seen flying at dusk, feeding on insects over the tree canopy in the Forest.
Find out how slipping off your shoes and socks when you next visit the Forest can improve your health and wellbeing.