Beech woodland with bluebells, Corbar Woods (Louise Moon)

Corbar Woods

Location (GR):  SK052741

Designation: Ancient Woodland

Habitat types: Deciduous Woodland

Priority Habitat

Important species: Bluebell

Description

Corbar Woods are one of the  nine woodlands in Buxton that are owned and managed by Buxton Civic Association. They contain the only semi-natural ancient woodlands in Buxton, and have the remains of popular and fashionable Victorian Walks, probably designed by Sir Joseph Paxton.

The dominant tree species are beech, sycamore and ash, with yew, pine and silver birch.

Wildlife and plantlife you can find there

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