Temple Copse facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsTemple Copse
|Type||Local Nature Reserve|
|OS grid||SU 853 702|
|Area||1.9 hectares (4.7 acres)|
|Managed by||Bracknell Forest Borough Council|
Temple Copse is a 1.9-hectare (4.7-acre) Local Nature Reserve on the northwestern outskirts of Bracknell in Berkshire. It is owned and managed by Bracknell Forest Borough Council. Along with Jock's Copse and Tinkers Copse it forms part of what is known locally as The Three Copses.
Geography and site
This site is ancient coppiced woodland, mainly oak and hazel. There is a badger run from this copse to Tinkers Copse.
In 2002 the site was declared as a local nature reserve by Bracknell Forest Borough Council.
The site has the following fauna:
Amphibians and Reptiles
- Great spotted woodpecker
- Lesser spotted woodpecker
- European green woodpecker
- Eurasian bullfinch
- European robin
- Eurasian blue tit
- Small tortoiseshell
The site has the following flora:
- Sorbus torminalis
- Quercus robur
- Corylus avellana
- Carpinus betulus
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