Reach Plantation is a managed as part of Cambridgeshire County Council’s Farms estate


•Comprises 1.2ha woodland on former agricultural land
•Woodland planted in 1998 by local volunteers
•Cambridgeshire County Council and Forestry Commission project
•Trees include beech, maple and hazel
•Part of the Cambridgeshire County Council’s Farms estate
•Important for birds, small mammals, wildflowers and butterflies

 

It is home to birds including long-tailed tits and blackbirds, mammals such as the woodmouse, and butterflies like the meadow brown and ringlet.

View of a woodland glade View of a woodland glade in Reach Plantation
View of a woodland ride View of a woodland ride in Reach Plantation
Meadow Brown butterfly Meadow Brown butterfly in Reach Plantation
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