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17 September 2014
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New Forest

The majestic New Forest is a wildlife haven year round even in the depths of winter

The New Forest in Hampshire dates back to 1079 when William the Conqueror established the area as a royal forest and hunting ground - his 'Nova Foresta'.

If you go down to the woods in winter, you'll discover fascinating wildlife.

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Hardcastle Crags



"If you go down to the woods over winter, you'll discover a wide range of wildlife. Winter woodlands offer great opportunities for wildlife watching so join us on a nature safari?

"Woodland areas are havens for wildlife from Red Squirrels and Deer to strange looking insects and bugs".

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