We explore the black poplar which, according to the Forestry Commission, is the most endangered native timber tree in Britain
It’s easy to dismiss moths as dull and uninteresting, but this underestimates the important role they play in nature. Sadly, though, like so many insect species their numbers are in decline through loss of habitat.
Tightly interwoven into the history of Great Britain, the oak has played its part in our past more than any other native tree. At the Heart of England Forest the tradition of this strong native tree is being upheld, with both pedunculate and sessile oaks planted in large numbers.
To explore the Heart of England Forest and really uncover some of its hidden secrets, there’s no better companion than one of the team that spends every day unearthing new delights.