Blean Wood National Nature Reserve :: Shared Description
One of the largest areas of deciduous woodland in south-east England, Blean Woods has a wealth of wildlife to discover. Around 35 pairs of the legendary nightingale sing, delightfully, each spring, from thick coppice that also holds willow warbler, blackcap and garden warbler. The great blocks of woodland are also vital for breeding birds with significant populations of nightingale, nightjar and golden oriole. There are two areas of heather-dominated heath within the Blean Woods complex. The heathland is home to nightjar, tree pipit and whitethroat. There are many ponds in the Blean; some are known to support populations of great crested newts.
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Created: Wed, 1 Jun 2011, Updated: Wed, 1 Jun 2011
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