Kings Wood, Corby

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Kings Wood, Corby: Over 250 species of plants have been recorded, including wood anemone, dogs mercury, enchanters-nightshade, yellow archangel and wood sorrel - all characteristic of ancient woodlands.

In wetter areas, tufted hair-grass, ragged robin and meadow sweet are common. Among the oak, ash and field maple are crab apple, guelder-rose, both common and Midland hawthorns, and occasional thickets of blackthorn. Birds such as treecreeper, nuthatch, tawny owl and all three species of woodpecker can be seen.

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Corby, Northamptonshire, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
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Kings Wood, Kings Wood Corby

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In Corby. The reserve is between A6003 and A6014 in southern suburbs. On A6003 from Kettering go straight on at roundabout with A6014 (ignoring signs to Corby town centre). As soon as road becomes dual carriageway turn right in to Danesfield Road (brown signs indicate the turn). Wood is just past first road on left (Gainsborough Rd) on left-hand side.

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