Tag Archives: Ancient woodland

Work in Progress

Managing reserves for wildlife is part of the core work of Northumberland Wildlife Trust. These reserves are places where people can come and enjoy nature on their own doorstep and provide refuges for species that have lost habitat. One such reserve is Briarwood Banks, on a tributary of the River Allen. It is one of […]

Dalavich Ancient Oakwood

Ancient oak tree within Dalavich Oakwood.

Last week, Anna and I spent a few days near Loch Awe in western Scotland. This is an area with an abundance of coastline, freshwater, woodland, hills and wildlife. Fortunately we were too late in the year for midges but we certainly experienced the changeable weather! A few years back, before I’d started university (OK, […]