Jan 17 2022

Reptilian Recovery at Fingle Woods

Snce the restoration of Fingle Woods began, ecological records have played an important part of demonstrating the benefits of good woodland habitat management by showing where wildlife is increasing in abundance and range. This blog explains how ecologists have surveyed for reptiles during the summer...

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Langley Vale Wood
Jan 15 2022

The butterflies of Langley Vale Wood

The largest of our four First World War Centenary Woods, Langley Vale Wood has pockets of ancient woodland, diverse and fascinating wildlife and flora, and stunning views over the rolling hills of the North Downs. In the coming years, our ambitious woodland creation scheme will...

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Jan 13 2022

Hainault Forest grows!

What a fortnight we had down at Hainault Forest at the tail end of last year. 2 weeks of planting events came and went in National Tree Week and all corners of the East London area came out in support. Over 10,000 trees were planted...

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Jan 11 2022

DIY Rainforest Restoration

On a blustery, wet Wednesday in the wake of ‘Storm Arwen’ more than 20 attendees, including landowners and woodland managers joined Plantlife, Natural England and the Woodland Trust for a participatory demonstration workshop on restoring habitats for rare communities of lichens and bryophytes. The high...

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Jan 04 2022

Happy New Year and some news

As a New Year dawns, we look forward, even in this time of uncertainty. We are united in our love of nature and a commitment to do good for woods and trees, the wildlife that call them home and the people who enjoy them. It's...

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Dec 23 2021

Owls galore!

Jo King, one of the wonderful long-standing volunteer wardens at Lang Craigs, near Dumbarton, is wildlife mad!   She has worked with the Site Manager, Roy Barlow, to erect a large number of bird and bat boxes throughout the site, which is fantastic.    This photo of a barn...

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