Stoke Wood End Quarter

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Stoke Wood End Quarter: Oak and ash are the dominant trees, while hazel and blackthorn are abundant, providing excellent habitat for small mammals.


In spring the wood is full of bird song and the drumming of woodpeckers. Tree creeper and nuthatch are often seen while sparrowhawk and tawny owl nest in the wood. Butterflies such as the green-veined white, comma, small tortoiseshell and skipper feed in the sunlit glades.

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Desborough 2 miles. Corby five and a half miles. From A14 take B669 north through Rothwell and Desborough. One quarter of a mile out of Desborough turn right onto B669 towards Stoke Albany.

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