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Hornet
Green huntsmans spider
Woodpecker feeding sign
Nuthatch feeding sign
Egretts
Badger latrine
Fallow deer skull
Marsh harrier
Woodpecker feeding sign
 Female blackbird
Rat print in mud
Deer scat
Lesser stag beetle
Wood ants
Swans
Badger print in sand trap
Sika deer
Long tailed tit nest
Wood mouse
Badger print
Deer couch
Rabbit scat
Fox scat
Grass snake
Fox
Badger print in sand
Slow worm
Frog
Door snail
Blue tit
Robin
Badger set
Dipper
Pheasant
Roman snail
Duck print in mud
Fox print
Raven skull
Rabbit hole
Blackbird
Buzzard
Badger scat
Long tailed tit
Raven
Seal
Frog spawn on a post
Pheasant print
Blackbird track in mud
Common toad
Chaffinch
Deer slots
Woodpecker anvil
Common lizard
Hornet
Green huntsmans spider
Woodpecker feeding sign
Nuthatch feeding sign
Egretts
Badger latrine
Fallow deer skull
Marsh harrier
Woodpecker feeding sign
 Female blackbird
Rat print in mud
Deer scat
Lesser stag beetle
Wood ants
Swans
Badger print in sand trap

Wildlife in our woodland

Natural history is a major part of bushcraft.  Understanding and becoming familiar with the wildlife around you is paramount.  With that in mind we are very fortunate to base our bushcraft courses out of a private ancient woodland located in an area of outstanding natural beauty.  We consider ourselves to be extremely fortunate to have a large variety of wildlife that we share the woodland with.  The above gallery shows photos of some of them.

It’s probably worth checking back here from time to time as we update the gallery as and wen we take new photos.

Mammals

Badger, Fox, Squirrel, Rabbit, Hare, Wood Mouse, Bank Vole, Stoat, Rat.  Whilst not permanent residents, Fallow Deer often wander through the woodland.

Birds

Blackbird, Blackcap, Blue Tit, Bullfinch, Carrion Crow, Chaffinch, Chiffchaff, Coal Tit, Common Buzzard, Dunnock, Great Spotted Woodpecker, Great Tit, Herring Gull (yes, really, we’ve seen them around even though we are a long way in inland), Jackdaw, Jay, Little Owl, Long Tailed Tit, Magpie, Nuthatch, Pheasant, Red Legged Partridge, Robin, Rook, Song Thrush, Sparrowhawk, Skylark, Tawny Owl, Wood Pigeon, Wren

Reptiles & amphibians

Grass Snake, Adder, Common Toad, Common Frog, Common Lizard

You can see plenty of photos of the people who come on our courses here, or on our Facebook page.