Pamber Forest and Upper Inhams Copse

Pamber Forest is a large ancient woodland site traditionally managed by coppicing and grazing. The open sunlit rides and clearings of this woodland are busy with butterflies in summer, with species such as purple emperors and white admirals appearing here. The woodland is predominantly oak and birch, and the heath and wood pasture on the east of the site make an interesting contrast to the woodland site. Three species of woodpecker, woodcock and a variety of warblers are some birds of note to be found here.

  • Currently: Medium-level cloud, 6° C
  • Thursday: Low-level cloud, 3° C
  • Friday: Sunny intervals, 3° C