Sherwood Forest is a royal forest in Nottinghamshire which is home to the famous Major Oak which was established as a royal hunting preserve in the 10th century. The ecology here is fascinating. The natural decay of fallen timber means the woodland teems with insect life and fungi, which in turn provide food for varied species of birds and bats. It contains some of the oldest trees in Europe, veteran oaks five centuries old and the world-famous Major Oak, still producing acorns after standing at the heart of the forest for an estimated 800 years.
Related Journals Of Sherwood Forest
Forest Science, Journal of Tropical Forest Science, Usda Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station Research Paper Pnw-Rp, Frontiers Of Forestry In China, Journal of Northeast Forestry University, Forest Science and Technology, Quarterly Journal of Forestry, Baltic Forestry