Woodland Nature Trail

Stop H


Point-H This area used to be far more open and was the best place to see butterflies such as the Dingy Skipper, Common Blue and Small Copper and the day-flying Five-spotted Burnet moth. But, no longer!

The first thing you notice is the group of Giant Redwoods Sequoiadendron giganteum. To their left used to be a stand of Hybrid Larch but these were removed in 2015 as part of the Phythopthora control. There area has been planted with native trees. Again, this is a good area to look for Goldcrests and Coal Tits.

woodland trail map