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.
We work closely with Kent & Medway Biological Records Centre to record plants and wildlife found in the area so we can monitor and improve their populations. Please use this levitra 10 mg how to order cialis http://guidarini-salvadeo.it/?id=21 levitra prezzo comprar priligy en andorra kamagra oral jelly for men levitra cost per pill link to report your sightings.
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.