What can you see in Cabin Wood? At this time of year there is still plenty you can look out for in our woodland. All the following images were taken from the main path in the woodland on our ‘one way system’.
The water levels in Seldom Pond vary considerably, look to see if the Oak Tree Island is submerged.
Even in the wettest of weather the walkway past the pond keeps your feet dry!
Some snowdrops will be just coming into flower
Others will be more advanced
Where are these strange moss covered trees?
Plants appear brought in by wildlife, can you find where this Arum is growing?
Primroses will be coming into flower
The is plenty of Hazel growing in Cabin Wood
Hazel Catkins are flowering, this is the best time of year to see them. These ‘lambs-tail’ catkins are the male flowers
The small tiny buds with red tassels are the female flowers and are more difficult to spot
If you are lucky you might just find a sheltering Ladybird!
This is a good time of year for Lichen; there are many different colours and forms
If you look closely you can see the cup shaped lobes
There are lots of things to see on your snowdrop walks around Cabin Wood. We look forward to seeing you.