Site description Sherwood Forest is a Royal Forest in Nottinghamshire. Continuously forested since the end of the Ice Age, the wooded forest of today is a remnant of a much larger royal hunting forest.
Populations of IBA trigger species
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|The Greenwood (Community Forest)
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