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17 September 2014
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Estates | Kenwood

Fly Agaric fungi
Kenwood - top spot for a fungi foray.

Kenwood House and estate are managed by English Heritage, and make up one corner of the 800 acre Hampstead Heath.

In autumn the birds and mammals that live in the area are busy feeding on the plentiful food on offer in preparation for the long winter ahead.

Wallington (Image: Red Squirrel)


Wallington is home to some special wildlife including Red Squirrels, Otters, native Crayfish and Water Voles.

Ashridge (Image: Deer rut)

Ashridge Estate

  • Ashridge has a wide variety of habitats from woodland and open countryside to chalk downland.

"Our country houses and estates are great places for nature.


"Not only do they offer a variety of habitats, but because they attract a lot of visitors, the wildlife becomes used to people, and you can get really close."

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