Millmoor Common Woking

Millmoor common is a very special place not far from the bustle of Woking town,which can be accessed from Old Woking High Street or on the right of Gresham Mill Apartments. After a challenging year, the common is resplendent with many flowers and is open for all to visit in Old Woking. We visited Millmoor Common this morning and we saw foxgloves, cow parsley, water buttercups in the River Wey that flows through the common and yellow flag iris.We saw a cherry tree, an apple tree and a willow tree near the lake.

Biird spotters have a great variety of birds they may spot. The following is a list of the birds recorded as seen in May 2021:

Egyptian Goose

Magpie

Blackcap

Chiff Chaff

Blackbird

Jay

Great Tit

Blue Tit

Mallard

Carrion Crow

Green Woodpecker

Swallow

Robin

Wren

Jackdaw

Buzzard

Red Kite

Heron

House Sparrow

Greater Spotted Woodpecker

Moorhen

Wood Pigeon

Collared Dove

Sparrow Hawk

Kestrel

Starling

Song Thrush

Mute Swan

Swift

Canada Goose and

Cuckoo

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