Argill Woods

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Argill Woods: Providing a sanctuary for woodland plants and animals. On limestone soils ash and birch woodland is found with wild garlic and dog's mercury. On the more neutral soils, bluebell and wood sorrel is abundant, whilst oak and birch dominate the canopy above. Mature trees provide food and nesting places for bats and a variety of birds such as greater spotted woodpecker, spotted and pied flycatcher, tree creeper, redstart and numerous species of tit.

There is a circular path around the reserve (1.6 km/1 mile) linking the two public footpaths which cross the reserve.

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From Brough take A66 east for approximately 4 km/2.5 miles. Take the right turn signposted Hard Hills onto the old A66.

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