Tudeley Woods

Tudeley Woods

Tudeley Woods
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  • Wildlife sightings 17/11

    Signs of winter are starting to appear on the reserves now. It’s a good time to look out for flocks of wintering thrushes, redwing and fieldfare can often been seen feeding on berries or on the woodland floor at Tudeley. Also look out for small...
  • Wildlife sightings 21/07/17

    Its a quiet time of year for birds at the moment. So its a good time of year to turn your attention to some of the other wildlife found on the reserve. Look out for silver washed fritillary butterflies and white admirals in the woodlands. Look out...
  • Wildlife sightings 5/4/17

    Spring has arrived on the reserve in the last few weeks. Willow warblers are singing across the reserve and we had our blackcap in the Plants. Woodpeckers continue to drum across the reserve with the rarer Lesser Spotted Woodpecker being seen near decoy...
  • Fungi Foray and wildlife sightings 18/11

    The Fungi Foray walk at Tudeley recorded 46 species including a new record for the reserve Entoloma sordidulum bringing the total number of fungi recorded at Tudeley to over 1140! Species seen this month include marsh tit, redwing, fieldfare, bullfinch...
  • Wildlife Sightings 08/06

    With summer now upon us, we have seen the last summer migrants return to Tudeley. Nightjars can be heard churring on the heath and spotted flycatchers can be seen catching insects in Brakeybank. It is a good time to look for flowers at Tudeley in the...
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