Turn right here and as you walk up the hill you can see a new hedge of native species planted on your right. It includes dogwood, field maple, guelder rose and hawthorn.
Many different minibeasts/invertebrates feed on the different plants and are themselves food for birds and bats. Bats also use the hedgelines to help them navigate through the landscape.
Cross the meadow to Post 18, looking for nectar rich hardheads, birds-foot-trefoil (food plant of Common Blue Butterfly caterpillars) and Common Sorrel (food plant of Small Copper Butterfly caterpillars).