Boards around the land help visitors to know what to look for.



BWT joined a two-year project headed by East Malling Research Centre carried out by leading woodland ecologists and funded by the Esme Fairbairn Trust.  The project is surveying five native woods in the South East to gather knowledge to improve the wildlife quality of woodland planted in the last twenty years or so. BWT land is being comprehensively surveyed for birds, bats, insects and plants.  The results will be available to farmers and landowners in South East England who want to plant with the maximum value to wildlife in the future.

And of course ...  there are rabbits!