Wildlife and habitats in England’s forests
The Forestry Commission was set up in 1919 to restore Britain’s forests and woodlands after they were cut down to use for timber during the First World War. Nowadays the nation’s forests still produce timber and are also valuable places for wildlife to thrive and for people to enjoy. Forests are some of England’s richest and most biodiverse habitats. These tours show a variety of forest habitats and the homes they provide for different types of wildlife.
Credits: Forestry Commission