Stour Wood & Stour Estuary Nature Reserve :: Shared Description

The Stour Estuary Nature Reserve includes land which runs along the River Stour and bird hides managed by the RSPB LinkExternal link and Stour Wood managed by the Woodland Trust LinkExternal link

The Essex Way LinkExternal link runs through the Reserve, and the Essex Wildlife Trust Copperas Wood LinkExternal link adjoins the Reserve.
by Roger Jones
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17 images use this description:

TM1931 : The hollow trunk of an old oak tree near Copperas Wood by Roger Jones
TM1830 : Path close to wood's southern border by Roger Jones
TM1830 : Woodland bridge by Roger Jones
TM1831 : Ditch and path in Stour Wood by Roger Jones
TM1931 : Paths diverge by Roger Jones
TM1931 : Coppicing for a standard, Stour Wood, Ramsey by Roger Jones
TM1830 : Looking into Stour Wood by Roger Jones
TM2131 : Woodland path, Stour Estuary Nature Trail by Roger Jones
TM1831 : Circle of trunks: an old coppice stool by Roger Jones
TM1831 : Essex Way heading towards Copperas Wood by Chris Heaton
TM1830 : Coppiced chestnut tree with new growth by Roger Jones
TM1930 : Information Board, RSPB Stour Estuary by Roger Jones
TM1931 : Path through the chestnuts by Roger Jones
TM1930 : Entrance to Stour Wood & RSPB Stour Estuary by Roger Jones
TM1931 : Bluebells in Copperas Wood by Roger Jones
TM2031 : Tree lined path in Copperas Wood by Roger Jones
TM1931 : Path in Stour Wood by Roger Jones


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Created: Tue, 8 May 2012, Updated: Wed, 9 May 2012

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