News & Events related to Howell Wood
All News, Press Releases and Events relating to this Location are listed below
Dawn Chorus at Howell Woods
Join talented Ornithologist Robyn Guppy for an early morning wander around Howell Woods.
Woodland Wildflowers at Howell Woods
Join Naturalist Steven Heaton to look at the wonders of woodland ground flora in Spring.…
Howell Woods Bioblitz
Roseanna from the DVLP team along with a group of specialist woodland ecologists, volunteers and skilled naturalists joined forces with Oak Forest School on Saturday 2nd…
Howell Wood BioBlitz
Spend the day exploring and recording the wildlife of Howell woods and discover what’s living in your local area by joining this BioBlitz event.
From Recording to Wildlife Watching....
Join the DVLP and our natural history partners for an array of upcoming wildlife workshops and field days throughout Autumn and Winter, exploring and encountering some…
Woodland Groundflora of Howell Woods - CANCELLED
An introductory day looking at woodland ground flora of Howell Woods.
Dawn Chorus at Howell Wood
Enjoy a fun and informative early morning walk with a bird-song expert to learn and understand the songs and calls of woodland birds at Howell Wood.
Howell Wood Amphibian Safari
An evening walk to see amphibians as they head to the ponds for breeding. Toad count event! In association with Yorkshire Amphibian and Reptile Group.
Discovering the Dearne Valley Woodlands
People in the Dearne Valley are being urged to make the most of their local woodlands via a new woodland engagement project, exploring the local wildlife…
Projects at this location
All projects that are being carried out at this location are as follows:
Creating and Managing Sites More Effectively
This project is looking at opportunities to create and manage environmental sites more effectively, looking at new ways of working and increasing the biodiversity of the…
Surveying the Dearne
This project will aim to gain a greater understanding of key environmental sites across the Dearne, in order that they can be protected, preserved and enhanced…