Eden Dene - woodland wonders.
Photo - Natural England and George Peterken.
Eden Dene Nature Reserve is known as "the jungle of the North East",
and attracts around 150,000 visitors every year.
The reserve spans over
200 hectares of woodland and lowland grassland, carpeting the landscape carved
out by post-glacial meltwaters thousands of years ago.
Bookham is home to hundreds of different species of wildlife
with everything from birds to butterflies.
- Wakerley Woods is a historic ancient
woodland with a great collection of birds, mammals, reptiles and plants.
are some of the very best places to explore if you're looking for wildlife in
"Also look out for birds of prey, Badgers, woodland
birds, wild flowers and unusual plants. There's no excuse for not getting yourself
on a summer woodland walk."
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