Spring has now sprung with a vengeance within the country park so take a visit and a wander around to view the wonderful wildlife and scenery.
Lesser Celandine found throughout the woodland edges a rosette of shiny bright green, fleshy, heart shaped leaves with a group of bright glistening yellow flowers. This plant can happily grow in seasonally flooded habitats so should survive well this year.
Guide books for identification are quite cheap and/or the local libraries stock them. It’s good fun for both children and adults detecting and identifying the tracks though be aware of the conditions during this very wet spring.
Remember this is your park and used by many various interested parties so please treat it with respect also we would be grateful if you contact us with any observations you have made.