Crowsheath Wood Nature Reserve :: Shared Description

Crowsheath Wood Nature Reserve is an Essex Wildlife Trust site of 20 acres. It is an ancient woodland, with some adjoining open land.

As well as Oak standards, the coppice trees are mainly Hornbeam, with a little Ash, Midland Hawthorn, Field Maple and Wild Service. Flowers to be seen include Bluebell, Wood Anemone, Primrose and Pignut.

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by Roger Jones
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TQ7296 : Path in Crowsheath Wood, Downham by Roger Jones
TQ7296 : Path into  Crowsheath Wood, Downham by Roger Jones


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Created: Mon, 23 Sep 2013, Updated: Tue, 24 Sep 2013

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