What is biodiversity and what does it mean for the woodland world? A healthy native woodland, particularly a broadleaved one, has a huge range of different wildlife species that either live within it or use it at least part of their time.
Woods are home to a wealth of wildlife. Some, like the dormouse, make woods their permanent home; others spend only part of their time there. There are also some that are more active in woods during certain times of year such as ticks.
Woodland changes through the year, and the wildife you can see in woods also alters through the seasons. Within each of these seasons there are wonders to behold.