Birds in this 400 year old semi-natural wood include great spotted woodpecker, lesser spotted woodpecker, willow tit, treecreeper, nuthatch, goldcrest, green woodpecker and tawny owl. There are mammals such as dormice.
There is access from Stroud Lane.
|Location||Shamley Green, Surrey|
|Area||11 hectares (27 acres)|
|Managed by||Surrey Wildlife Trust|
Surrey Wildlife Trust (SWT) was founded in 1959 as Surrey Naturalists' Trust and it is one of forty-six wildlife trusts covering Great Britain, Northern Ireland, Isle of Man and Alderney. In 2002 it took over Surrey County Council's large countryside estate. As of 2018 the SWT manages more than 7,000 hectares (17,000 acres) of land for wildlife and employs more than 100 staff. It had an income of £5.4 million and expenditure of £5.3 million.As of January 2019 the SWT manages seventy-eight nature reserves. Thirty-six are Sites of Special Scientific Interest, ten are Special Protection Areas, nine are Special Areas of Conservation, one is a National Nature Reserve, fourteen are Local Nature Reserves, four are Nature Conservation Review sites, two are Geological Conservation Reviews, seven include Scheduled Monuments and two are listed on the Register of Historic Parks and Gardens of Special Historic Interest.
Surrey is a county in South East England. It has an area of 642 square miles (1,660 square kilometres) and an estimated population of 1.19 million as of 2017. It is bordered by Greater London, Kent, East Sussex, West Sussex, Hampshire and Berkshire. Its top level of government is provided by Surrey County Council and the lower level by eleven boroughs and districts, Elmbridge, Epsom and Ewell, Guildford, Mole Valley, Reigate and Banstead, Runnymede, Spelthorne, Surrey Heath, Tandridge, Waverley and Woking.
|Epsom and Ewell|
|Reigate and Banstead|