Worcestershire - Wyre Forest

Worcestershire - Wyre Forest - The UK's Best Wildlife Locations
The Wyre forest is rated as the third most ecologically important forests in Britain after the New Forest and Forest of Dean.

WHERE IS THE WYRE FOREST?
This large forest covers an area that includes Kidderminster, Stourport and Bewdley.

WILDLIFE OF THE WYRE FOREST

WHAT'S THERE?
Badgers
Otters
Foxes
Adders
Grass Snakes
Slow worms
Common lizards
Great crested newt
Water vole
Fallow deer
10 different species of bat
Squirrels
Buzzards
Crossbills
Fieldfares
Siskins
Redwings
Club tailed dragonfly - Worcestershire contains probably the greatest numbers of this usually scarce dragonfly of any
county in the UK.

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