Highnam Woods RSPB Nature Reserve (England) Reviews
Newest Review: ... A40. There is a large car park just inside the entrance. There are no other facilities on site. Next to the car park is a bird feeding area. The RSPB keep the feeders topped up in winter and due to the wide variety of species resident in the woods, almost anything could be seen here, at really close quarters. There is a 2km trail that winds through the woods, with several smaller side paths so a whole morning could be spent exploring the wonderful woodland. The paths are level, with only one hilly bit, but due to the nature of the ground, are often very muddy, with some areas flooded; good walking boots are recommended. Apart from the ... more
Customer Highnam Woods RSPB Nature Reserve (England) Reviews (1)
by - written on 31/10/09 (Very useful, 350 readings)
'Ancient woodland' is a term used in Britain to describe woodland that has been in existence for at least three hundred years. Ancient woodland is wildlife rich, providing homes for a huge variety of plants, animals, and birds and in some cases is the only place that our rarest species survive. Sadly, we have lost most of our ancient woodland to deforestation and to conifer plantations (which are nowhere near as good for wildlife) so that only patches of old forest, scattered across the country survive intact today. Many of these remaining woodlands are in danger of being destroyed despite being described as 'Britain's rainforests'. A walk through ... Read the complete review
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