About Prestwood Nature
We are the Nature Conservation Group for the area around Prestwood, including Great Missenden,
The Hampdens, The Kingshills, North Dean and Speen
Prestwood Nature aims to protect and enhance the quality of the natural environment through the involvement of local people.
The Wildlife Garden at the allotment site off Greenlands Lane is now well established and has become a haven for many types of wildlife during the summer. An unusual feature is the “bug hotel” which has been constructed from some pallets, fancy bricks with holes in, tiles, logs, sticks and dried leaves. It provides an attractive site for insects of all sorts.
If you wish to learn more about novel ways to encourage wildlife in your garden, please refer to Buglife - Wildlife Gardening for some ideas.
The Wildlife Garden has a seat and is in a very peaceful spot so it is an ideal place to go and relax on a fine summer day.
The site is next to a public footpath and is conveniently close to the Community Orchard. Our thanks go to Great Missenden Parish Council for approving this project and giving us the go ahead.
|Angling Spring Wood|
|Hedges and Special Trees Project|
|Kiln Common Orchard|
|Prestwood Nature Reserve|
|Boug's Meadow History|
|Why no car park at Boug's Meadow|
|District and Parish Councillors|
|Butterfly Transect Route|
|Kiln Common Orchard Planting Plan|
|Activities for Children|
|Publicity & Liaison|
|Walks and Visits|
|Junior Photo Competition|
|Ecological Flora of the Central Chilterns|
|Flowering Plants: Arable Land|
|Flowering Plants: Disturbed Land|
|Flowering Plants: Meadows|
|Flowering Plants: Ponds|
|Flowering Plants: Roadsides|
|Flowering Plants: Woodlands & Hedgerows|
|Grasses, Sedges & Rushes|
|Bees and Wasps|
|Mosses & Liverworts|
|Ancient Trees & Parkland|
|Heathland & Acid Grassland|
|Collings Hanger Pond|
|Kiln Corner Pond|