LOC2450: Blean Woods Nature Reserve of ancient woods (Canterbury, Kent)

Blean is one of the largest areas of ancient woodland in England – over 11 square miles, including hornbeam, hazel, beech, oak, birch and sweet chestnut. It is home to many forest birds such as woodpeckers, tree creepers and nuthatch. Spotted flycatcher, nightjar, bullfinch and hawfinch are also seen here and there is an important population of nightingales. 

Electricity: None on Site
Restrictions:
Parking: near village of Blean
Local council: Canterbury