Grafton Wood

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Grafton Wood is an ancient, semi-natural broad-leaved woodland.

We have also found a circle of a small-leaved lime coppice stool which must have originally started as one lime tree


Birds include buzzard, goldcrest, treecreeper, lesser and greater spotted woodpeckers. Pastures and orchards around the wood are important for green woodpeckers.The wood is also good for butterflies (26 species recorded) with past sightings of silver-washed fritillaries.


Also a public footpath around the reserve

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Walk:5.3/10
Popularity rank: #10084

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It lies east of Worcester just north of the A422 near Grafton Flyford.

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