Howick Hall Wood

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Howick Hall Wood: A semi-natural woodland with mature Turkey Oak, Beech and around 15 other native hardwood species. The woodland curves along the Ribble floodplain escarpment for about half a mile, affording good views of the river from its northern end. The public footpath that crosses the roadside section of the wood leads through Howick Hall Farm to the River Ribble, where a reasonable variety of birds and coastal plants can be seen. The woodland is used intensively between April and October for school visits to the centre. The grounds of the centre itself contain two ponds, with common frogs, common toads, smooth newts, visiting herons and occasional water voles.

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