Managing Woodland for our threatened Wildlife

We're Giving Back to nature

Many woodlands, including ancient woodlands are being clear-felled in the name of progression. A few token trees can never replicate the intricate, symbiotic ecosystems that have taken hundreds of years to evolve, the HS2 project is a fine example of the sheer level of destruction that is taking place on our watch.

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"Our native wildlife is under more pressure than ever before due to overdevelopment, habitat loss, climate change and the sanitisation of our green spaces."

"Our native wildlife is under more pressure than ever before due to overdevelopment, habitat loss, climate change and the sanitisation of our green spaces."

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Lowest Coverage

The UK has one of the lowest percentages of woodland cover in Europe, standing at around 12%.

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Woodlands also absorb huge amounts of carbon dioxide from our atmosphere, reducing our Carbon FootprintΒ 

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Local Economy

Woodlands play a huge roll in our economy providing sustainable timber, employment and leisure activities.

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Woodlands not only absorb huge amounts of carbon dioxide from our atmosphere they are home to hundreds of species of Birds, Mammals, Invertebrates, Fungi & Lichens.

Woodlands not only absorb huge amounts of carbon dioxide from our atmosphere they are home to hundreds of species of Birds, Mammals, Invertebrates, Fungi & Lichens.

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Woodland Wildlife5 hours ago

Breakfast is served πŸ˜‚

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Woodland Wildlife1 day ago

Silver Ground Carpet moth, not the greatest of pics, it wouldn't keep still πŸ™„

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Woodland Wildlife2 days ago

This week's Woodland Wildlife Market stall will be at Kingsbridge tomorrow and Newton Abbot on Wed.
This Thurs will be the first bat/Nightjar evening from 6.30pm until after dark. There has been some great bat activity recently, hoping the Nightjar have arrived too. Price...

Woodland Wildlife
Woodland Wildlife2 days ago

It's an arachnid day today πŸ˜‚, this is Coelotes atropos found under one of our reptile mats. Common in Western parts of England, rarer elsewhere. Another Woodland, moorland and scrubby heathland species. I did wonder if the water drop on top was another eye, I...