Pryors Wood

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Pryors Wood is predominantly old secondary oak woodland but contains a variety of other areas such as hornbeam and hazel coppice.


Muntjaac and fallow deer are common in the wood, although they are often more evident from their tracks than from being sighted. More often seen is a glimpse of a sparrowhawk speeding along the woodland edges.

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From Stevenage take the A1072 (Martins Way) until it meets Gresley Way, to the right. The reserve entrance is a short way along Gresley Way, on the left, to the right of a large gate.

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Free

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