Eastham Country Park

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The broad-leaved woodland at Eastham Country Park supports a wide variety of wildlife and contains some of the finest mature trees to be found on the Wirral.

Most of the animals in Eastham Woods are nocturnal and are active at dusk and dawn. Foxes, Hedgehogs, Woodmice and Weasels may be seen searching for food at dusk and several species of bat hunt flying insects around the woods and surrounding grassland. The familiar Grey Squirrel is the most easily seen mammal, being active during the daytime foraging for food.

The cliffs at Eastham Country Park provide superb sites for viewing the flocks of waders and ducks on the estuary.

The 100 acres of broadleaf woodland offers opportunities for peaceful walks, birdwatching and orienteering. A network of surfaced paths provide access throughout the woodland.

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Eastham Country Park lies approximately 1 mile from the M53 Motorway junction 5) and is reached locally by the A41 (New Chester Road) and Ferry Road via Eastham Village.


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Address: Eastham Country Park, Ferry Road, Eastham, Wirral, Merseyside, CH62 OBH, UK
Phone: +44 151 327 1007

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