I was in Fingle Woods yesterday (which is owned and managed jointly by the National Trust and the Woodland Trust) and they must have one of the best populations of wood ants in the south west. 190 more words
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First of all apologies for the lack of posts… the best laid plans! However, it’s been an incredibly busy few months!
If you’ve read my previous blog posts you will remember I was setting up some nature days for Penllergare Valley Woods (Swansea) over the summer holidays… (see… 879 more words
The National Trust Biological Survey Team found a hornet beetle (Strangalia aurulenta) recently whilst surveying in Fingle Woods. This is a nationally scarce species and is usually associated with decaying oak boughs and is primarily south western in its distribution. 7 more words
If you have been following the blog then you will remember that our site came with 2 acres of agricultural land. As someone who much prefers a bit of sailing to mowing grass on a Saturday afternoon I was keen to come up with an alternative use for this extra space. 186 more words
Yesterday the Woodland Trust and the National Trust met up to celebrate our partnership at Fingle Woods.
Helen Ghosh (National Trust Director General) Becky Speight (Woodland Trust Chief Executive) at Fingle Woods beside the Iron Age fort Wooston Castle… 140 more words
The cadets are gathering at Heartwood Forest, near Sandridge in Hertfordshire, to show their backing for a unique project by the Woodland Trust to honour those who fell in the First World War. 17 more words