Horner Wood is one of the largest unenclosed ancient oak woodlands in Britain. Within the majestic woodland, you find impressive oaks more than 500 years old, over 200 species of lichen, more than 400 species of fungi, 14 species of bat, as well as many species of birds and butterflies. The woodland is managed by the National Trust. For more information, visit: nationaltrust.org.uk/horner-wood.
May 19, 2020
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