Nuthatch

Neil Aldridge

Hawkes Wood

A delightful old oak woodland with two streams and a quarry

Location

Just south of Treneague
Bodmin
A static map of Hawkes Wood

Know before you go

Size
3 hectares

Grazing animals

No

Walking trails

Footpaths cross the reserve, but these can be muddy and there are some inclines.

Access

Public footpath around the reserve. Terrain can be difficult and muddy in places.

Dogs

Dogs permitted

When to visit

Opening times

Open at all times

Best time to visit

April to July, September to November

About the reserve

This is a delightful oak woodland with two streams and a quarry. The oak coppice is characteristic of many Cornish woods. It is an exceptional area for woodland birds, including the nuthatch, who runs up and down trees when looking for nuts, seeds and insects. Tawny owls can also be seen here, as well as pipistrelle.

Contact us

Cornwall Wildlife Trust
Contact number: 01872 273939