In his role as an ambassador for the Heart of England Forest, Sims will help to raise awareness and attract new volunteers to support the charity’s work to address the climate crisis.
Wood mice can be found throughout the Forest in woodland and rough grassland, and they are likely to be in your garden too. Find out more about this tiny mammal.
Ragwort is a naturally occurring wildflower which plays an important part in increasing biodiversity in the Forest, however its potential toxicity to livestock makes it a divisive plant.
2020 was a year like no other, but our work continued. We asked Beth Brook, our Chief Executive, for her highlights of 2020.
The Forest is full of bird spotting opportunities in winter, with some species only here for this season. Discover eight winter birds to spot.
The imposing native beech is often referred to as the queen or mother of the woods. Take a closer look at this enchanting tree with forest ranger Ian.