We are very fortunate to have woodland and riparian habitat adjacent to our estate, namely Warrenwood, Keephill and Dean Garden woods and the river Wye. WWRA is keen to support their wellbeing and management as an amenity and wildlife habitat. We actively support the Chiltern Rangers network, Revive the Wye partnership and Wycombe Wildlife Group to achieve this.
Chiltern Rangers and Revive the Wye are looking for volunteers to help with local conservation. Main local sites for volunteering are Keephill Woods, Funges Meadow and the Wye as it runs from its source to the Thames.
Green Thursday 22nd Feb – Tree coppicing and planting behind the Dyke with Chiltern Rangers – 10am till 1pm – follow the sound of a chainsaw. Hope to see you there.
Friday 28th Feb – Help ‘Revive the Wye’ with management of Holywell Mead Marsh (below the waterfall) including litter picking. Start 10 till 1pm or meet in Lido carpark at 0945. Hope to see you there.
Green Thursday 1st March – Litter collection and pollarding at Pan Mill with Chiltern Rangers and Revive the Wye – 9am till 1pm. Hope to see you there.
WWRA members volunteering is at 10am on Saturday 13th January at Funges Meadow.
Did you know that several pairs of firecrest and now breeding in these woods. These birds along with many other wildlife depend on ivy for their nests, food and shelter (see Ivy Facts). We have placed notices in the woods to let walkers know there are no good reasons to damage ivy.