West Wood Nature Reserve :: Shared Description

This SSSI is a mixed deciduous wood that sits on chalky boulder clay.

This is one of the "Oxlip Woods", with the Oxlip flowering early in the spring.

It has a history of coppicing dating back to the middle ages. This ceased in the middle of the last century but was resumed by Essex Wildlife Trust when it acquired the site in 1972.

More info:
Essex Wildlife Trust: LinkExternal link
Wild Essex: LinkExternal link
by Roger Jones

6 images use this description:

TL6233 : Oxlip - flowers & leaves, West Wood by Roger Jones
TL6132 : Looking to West Wood by Roger Jones
TL6133 : Border of West Wood by Roger Jones
TL6233 : Oxlip (Primula elatior) in West Wood by Roger Jones
TL6233 : Track in West Wood Nature Reserve by Roger Jones
TL6233 : Oxlip amongst the Bluebells, West Wood by Roger Jones


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Created: Tue, 7 May 2013, Updated: Wed, 9 Oct 2013

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