Bredhurst Woods host over 50 ancient woodland indicator plant species, 9 different types of orchids, several European protected mammal species and is a nesting and foraging site for dozens of bird species.

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A botanical survey was recently commissioned, to form part of the updated Woodland Management Plan that informs BWAG’s work. To view the survey report, please click here.

Bats

Birds

Dormice

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Reptiles

Trees