Forest of Avon
The forest of Avon is located in the Bristol borough and is one of the many community forests that are part of the west of England regions. As part of the community forest efforts the Forest of Avon was created in 1992 with the aim of providing the surrounding borough and communities with a natural source of both oxygen as well as natural wildlife; a perfect place to unwind from daily life as well as to families to interact between themselves.
Of course, the community that surrounds and lives nearby to the Forest of Avon is not the only caretaker of the forest, the participation of the government also takes an important part of the general caring for the forest as well as of the entire area. It could be estimated that between the government and the general population, caring for the Forest of Avon takes a percentage of 60-40%.
This partnership has successfully created a striving and blooming forest that holds over a million trees and is cared for, protected and visited by tens of thousands of people that visit and are responsible for the natural life and reintroducing wildlife that can be sustained inside it with success.
Among the programs that refer to the wildlife in the Forest of Avon one of the most popular programs is providing the wildlife with additional supplements and even provide them with vaccines and other medicines that will ensure that they are healthy and safe enough to interact with the general population