Conkers

    Wild places

    Total species seen at this site: 223

    Description

    This site includes 120 acres of young woodland in amongst a popular nature discovery centre. The National Forest Charitable Trust is the Trust that owns Conkers has the wider objective of reclaiming derelict industrial landscapes, planting trees, creating recreational forests and parkland for the local and regional communities. 


    Group Common name Latin name Last seen
    ReptilesAdderVipera berus04/1976 to 05/1976
    Trees, Shrubs & ClimbersAlderAlnus glutinosa13/04/2017
    MothsApple Leaf MinerLyonetia clerkella08/11/2015
    Trees, Shrubs & ClimbersAspenPopulus tremula13/09/2018
    MammalsBat speciesUnidentified bat species07/09/2012
    BirdsBlack-headed GullChroicocephalus ridibundus02/03/2006
    BeetlesBlack Clock BeetlePterostichus madidus27/04/1997
    BirdsBlackbirdTurdus merula13/04/2017
    Trees, Shrubs & ClimbersBramble agg.Rubus fruticosus agg.06/08/2016
    WildflowersBroad-leaved HelleborineEpipactis helleborine13/09/2018
    Slugs & SnailsBrown-lipped SnailCepaea nemoralis06/08/2016
    FungiBrown CupRutstroemia firma13/12/2018
    Dragonflies and DamselfliesBrown HawkerAeshna grandis06/08/2016
    FungiBrown RollrimPaxillus involutus22/08/2017
    Trees, Shrubs & ClimbersButterfly-bushBuddleja davidii06/08/2016
    BirdsBuzzardButeo buteo13/04/2017
    BirdsCanada GooseBranta canadensis02/03/2006
    BirdsCarrion CrowCorvus corone13/04/2017
    BirdsChiffchaffPhylloscopus collybita19/04/2011
    WildflowersCleaversGalium aparine13/04/2017
    Grasses, Rushes & SedgesCock's-footDactylis glomerata06/08/2016
    WildflowersColt's-footTussilago farfara13/04/2017
    ButterfliesCommaPolygonia c-album13/09/2018
    MothsCommon Alder MidgetPhyllonorycter rajella08/11/2015
    Dragonflies and DamselfliesCommon Blue DamselflyEnallagma cyathigerum18/08/2012
    WildflowersCommon CentauryCentaurium erythraea10/10/2019
    Dragonflies and DamselfliesCommon DarterSympetrum striolatum06/08/2016
    WildflowersCommon Evening-primroseOenothera biennis06/08/2016
    BugsCommon FroghopperPhilaenus spumarius09/08/2018
    WildflowersCommon KnapweedCentaurea nigra06/08/2016