When you visit you will have the chance to spot some of the wide range of feathered friends, from the water-loving winged wonders around the forest’s wetland areas, to the more land-loving species elsewhere in the forest. Here’s our guide to just a few that you could look out for.
Some of the scariest pests that threaten their wellbeing are also some of the smallest. A common pest is the caterpillar of the Tortrix roller moth, also known as the oak leaf roller, which can cause extensive damage to young oak trees.
We’ve all blown the fluffy seeds off a dandelion stalk, and many species rely on the blustery wind to carry their seeds to a new location. However, it’s the local wildlife that provides the most intriguing methods of transportation.
Did you know that we plant rare species of trees, including the most endangered native timber tree in Britain – the Black Poplar?
Nitrogen is one of the most important elements on Earth, essential for the survival of all ecosystems, but it depends on a number of things to combine and make it useable. Among these, one is our favourite- trees!