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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

General

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

Photography