I visited C & CV for the first time this week - what a great place for enjoying wonderful woodland!
The reserve was bigger than I thought meaning more wildlife to experience, more woodland to explore and more places to wind down in.
If you're looking for somewhere to relax, go to C&CV.
There can't be many wildlife areas in the Midlands where you can walk freely for miles and not meet another soul.
Great reserve and I hope the plan to link C with CV goes through soon.
See you on the reserves,
Hi Chris,hubby and I visited there 6 weeks ago.We enjoyed the woodland walks,but unfortunately it started to drizzle when we got there,so there was not alot of wildlife about.Did manage to see the pied flycatcher and a G.S.W+a nuthatch and 2 G.S.W on the feeders.What did you see by the way?
In reply to jsr123:
Unfortunately we heard a few birds but were unable to see them. Perhaps the rain keep them under cover?
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