St Nicks

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Tag: woodlands

Spotlight on… Woodland structure: One year later

In January 2018, our Natural Habitats Manager, Jonathan, wrote a brilliant spotlight blog about the woodland structure, focusing on the understory. In this blog, Jonathan discussed the background of St Nicks woodland and talked about our plans for improvement as we launched our exciting new project; St Nicks community woodland, funded by the Postcode Local […]

Posted 20 December 2018 | Categories: Spotlight on... | Tags: bats, Bluebell, coppicing, Dunnock, finches, Hawthorn, hazel, hedgehogs, hedgelaying, Holly, Otter, robins, volunteering, water voles, wild garlic, wood anemone, woodlands, wren

Spotlight on… Tawny Owls

Our brilliant Meadow Keepers intern, Eithne Phillips, has written Octobers spotlight, giving us insight into the wonderful world of Tawny Owls. The Tawny Owl is one of Britain’s most familiar species of owl and has been heard throughout our forests, woodlands and parklands for thousands of years. Our relationship with owls has often been a […]

Posted 30 October 2018 | Categories: Spotlight on... | Tags: ecotherapy, tawny owl, wildlife, woodlands