last image taken on 22/12/2010
This video is made up of images shot at the same location once a week starting January 2010. Viewing time is approximately 3 minutes
The Geescroft Wilderness covers an area of 1.3ha that was once arable land which was abandon in 1886. It is a naturally regenerating woodland with a relatively uniform stand of trees dominated by oak and ash. Holly dominates the understorey and there are few cover species due to the high acidity of the soil
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