8.18 ha (20.21 acres)

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Duck Wood is designated as a site of Borough Importance for Nature Conservation. It is an ancient coppice woodland which has a magnificent display of bluebells in April/ May throughout the woodland floor. A wide and diverse range of habitats, including hedgerows, ponds and lakes, can be explored on this site using the many informal paths which meander through the area. Species include great crested newts, harvest mouse, bumblebees, stag beetle, green wood pecker, house martin, skylark and song thrush.