Hawkins Wood

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A small but diverse ash-field maple woodland in a rural setting.

The surrounding open farmland provides grazing for fallow deer which use the wood as cover. Theres also a very good chance of seeing brown hare which are abundant in the area.


Populations of many of the species of birds associated with farmland are in decline and therefore they are becoming increasingly hard to see. The hedgerows, open fields and small woodlands around Hawkins Wood provide habitat for several of these species including bullfinch, linnet, yellowhammer, corn bunting, song thrush and grey partridge. Woodcock are known to use the wood in winter.

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