Find out about the many impressive moths you could see when walking in the Forest, and how we are working to help reverse their decline.
It can take from 1 to over 3 years from acquiring a piece of land to planting trees and shaping the Forest on the ground. Find out what’s involved.
Outdoor teacher Phil is helping deliver our progressive learning programmes in the Forest, delivering core subjects outside the confines of the classroom.
A close relative of the weasel and otter, the stoat makes its home in the woodlands and grasslands in the Forest. Read our fact file to find out more.
Wildlife corridors in the Forest are vital for the survival of countless species, and you can create your own in your garden and local community.