Nagshead

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More than half of the reserve is oak woodland that was planted nearly 200 years ago. The reserve is made up of conifer woodland, scrub, open areas, ponds and streams. The woodland is beautiful all year round, but Nagshead is at its best in spring. Wander along the trails looking for pied flycatchers and watch the sky for buzzards. In winter, look for flocks of crossbills and hawfinches. The reserve and hides are open all year. The visitor centre is open from 10am to 5pm at weekends during the summer.

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Nagshead Nature Reserve

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From Coleford, follow the B4431 towards Parkend. Just before Parkend village, the Reserve is signposted to the left, accessed along a forest road.

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All year round

Prices:

Free

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