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If You Went Down in the Woods Today. . .

. . .yes, you would have seen bears (carved ones, of Yogi and Boo-Boo Bear). On this, the first ever Easter Egg Trail in Hainault Forest, organised by the Woodland Trust, we also saw a panoply of beasts and birds carved into the woods. 149 more words

Babies And Toddlers

Tree Planting

Please join us on Monday 14th April, 10am to plant some trees & shrubs donated by the Woodland Trust.  Please bring your own spade & wear suitable clothing & footwear.  No unaccompanied children.

Children & Families

In search of localised species

The pattern at the moment is that at first it’s misty & cool, then the cloud clears and it’s warm and sunny and generally fabulous for a while, then a cold breeze gets up, then you go home. 313 more words

Bluebell update - 10 April 2014

The bluebells are getting better and better every day. This is what they looked like this morning when I went up there for a walk. 44 more words


An Underwater Walk in a Beech Woodland

Easter holidays are here, take the chance to get out and about in a woodland near you. Tessa Wardley describes a recent trip:

I’m crouched down leaning against the smooth bark of an old Beech tree, it is a rare sunny day this winter and I’m hiding, as part of a game of ‘thicket’. 367 more words

Author Blogs

A day out at Tring Park.

I spent a wonderful day today taking pictures at an event at Tring Park. The weather was variable, with the sun disappearing far too frequently, but the views were beautiful! 24 more words