British Wildlife 17.3 February 2006

Woolmer Forest: 30 years of conservation work

Woolmer Forest, in north-east Hampshire, is one of the best surviving lowland heath and valley mires in Britain. Heathy hills, birch scrub, Sphagnum bogs, permanent ponds and temporary pools cover some 600ha of Lower Greensand and constitute one of the most extensive tracts of heathland in southern England. 

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