Coughton Park, a designated Local Wildlife Site, is one of the best acid woods in the county and even more important for its heathland. Find out about its history and what makes it so good for wildlife.
March is a great time to see hares. Find out why they box, how they differ from rabbits and where you can see them in the Forest.
Our woods have different names, find out the stories behind these names and come and join us in the Forest.
Nature is helping to grow the Forest with seeds, spreading far and wide, regenerating. See for yourself how nature is playing its part in proliferating the Forest.
We’re planning to improve our camping and caravan sites for wildlife to achieve the David Bellamy Conservation Award. Find out what is involved.