Goytre House Wood Tree Planting
Gwent Ornithological Society have now planted over a hundred native trees in Goytre House Woods.
A mix of Dogwood, Rowan ,Hazel and Silver Birch tree saplings were planted.
A big thank you to all the GOS members, volunteers and the local 1st Goytre Cub / Scout Group that supported the initiative and helped out. In fairness to the Cub Scouts they did most of the work. I hope generations to come will really enjoy the trees that have been planted and most of all I wish that lots of wildlife benefits from them.
I am really looking forward to seeing these trees growing over the years to come. I took quite a few pictures with my friend Paul Joy and also some aerial photographs using my DJI Mini 2 drone.
( I have not published the pictures with people in them on my blog but if any of the volunteers would like copies please reach out to me).
|An aerial picture of the wood.
|Tree Saplings ready for planting
|The field at Goytre House Wood
|The canopy from above
|A Spotted Flycatcher in Goytre House Wood.
|A Pied Flycatcher In Goytre House Wood.