Stunning shots of a swooping short-eared owl were captured at dusk by Tom Goffe, Assistant Forestry Contracts Manager at Nicholsons, on a recent visit to one of the nine newly-planted woodlands on our Estate.
Our Estate is one of the richest bat locations in Oxfordshire, supporting at least 12 of the UK’s 17 resident species.
We warmly invite you to visit our stunning Butterfly House, which has undergone a huge transformation in the last six months.
As we look forward to the summer months, let us take a moment to reflect on some of our favourite moments from May.
We have partnered with Rappa Fencing as part of a major upgrade of our sheep farming facilities.
We are urging dog owners to act responsibly while visiting our Estate in the run up to lambing season.
When Nimi and Louis Cooper started looking for a new family home, they knew they wanted to remain in their hometown.
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Our Estate is highlighting the urgent need to protect these most misunderstood mammals.
A one-tonne pedigree bull is set to join our Estate’s herd of ancient White Cattle.
A colony of wild honeybees has been rescued after being discovered inside a giant fallen oak tree branch on our Estate.
We are joining forces with Rowse Honey on a major conservation project to create a sustainable nectar source for local wild bees and other pollinators, as well as introducing new habitats for insects and birds, in and around our Oxfordshire estate.