'Queen's Wood is an area of ancient woodland in the London Borough of Haringey, which has been continuously wooded since at least AD 1600.

The wood principally consists of oak and hornbeam trees. Many birds have been spotted in the wood including crows, magpies, jays, blackbirds, greater spotted woodpeckers, green woodpeckers, blue tits, great tits, robins, tree creepers, nutatchers, mallards, song thrushes, wood pigeons, wrens, hawfinches, cuckoos, sparrow hawks, stock doves and gold crests. Many of these species are also breeding in the wood.

With the changing seasons there is always something new to see, hear and enjoy.'

From Friends of Queens Wood Website (http://www.fqw.org.uk/)

You can learn more about Queens Wood and the Queens Wood cafe through the Friends of Queens Wood website (above) or through Queens Wood Cafe website: www.queenswoodcafe.co.uk