If you’ve never been to the New Forest National Park before, or would just like to catch up on its most famous inhabitants – the New Forest Ponies – then you might be interested in the live Web Cam on which they can be clearly seen. The link to the web cam can be found at http://www.checkitlive.com/camera/new-forest-national-park.html.
The one drawback is that often the ponies and donkeys are in the distance so might appear very small, but i loved watching this and will probably spend more time in the future gazing at the wildlife, especially if i cant get outside for any reason! Hope you enjoy it.
This is an excellent radio broadcast from BBC Radio 4 on the history of the New Forest. I thought you might be interested to hear about it.
The new forest is a haven for all manner of wildlife including some of the worlds rarest flora, fanua and fungi. only this month another new species has been discovered!
New species of fungus found on the *New Forest* – Care2 News Network by Cher C. on 9/1/09
The New Forest has confounded conservationists once again by yielding up a species hitherto unknown to science. But even as the new type of 'tooth fungus' was being discovered on the Forestry Commission estate, near Lyndhurst, …
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We are delighted to announce that Little Hayes Guest House is now open for business and we are taking bookings for this year.
We have worked really hard over the winter months to make sure everything is ready and hope we can help you enjoy your stay in this beautiful part of the English countryside.
Close to the Heart of the New Forest, Lyndhurst makes an ideal starting point from which to explore the many things to see and do locally.
We would love to have you come and stay with us, so why not make Little Hayes your base when you come down to explore the New Forest? Please contact us to book a room today!
We are delighted to announce that the New Forest has been crowned the World’s best tourist destination for eco-friendly holidays in the Virgin Holidays Responsible Tourism Awards 2007.
Thanks to its hard work on supporting local produce, and reducing carbon emissions in the area, Hampshire’s New Forest National Park fended off some stiff competition from some of the World’s best known tourist destinations such as Sri-Lanka and Costa Rica, who had spent millions in their efforts to create ecologically-friendly attractions.
Why not book a room today and come and stay with us in the World’s Best Responsible Tourist Destination and let us be your base to explore the beauty of the New Forest?