Tree Trail: Section 5

Section 5: Winter

Twin Oak Trees

The oak can be host to 250 species of insect. The acorns produced by the tree are eaten by magpies, crows and jays.

Holly Tree

A symbol of the winter season, the red berries of the holly feed many species of bird, which also build nests in the foliage.

Holly Tree

The fallen foliage from the holly provides the hedgehog and toad with a warm haven from the cold.

Thuja Tree

As with many trees, gaps in the bark of the thuja tree provide a safe haven for insects in the winter months.