Flora and fauna
Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome is part of The Forestry Commission High Level Stewardship Scheme, which provides seeding for particular areas for the site, to ensure a supply of food for the birds.
The team at Stow Maries also works with The Woodland Trust, and 5,500 mixed broadleaf, native, woodland trees have been planted on the site.
The site also has a 12 acre wild flower meadow, which the hobbys hunt during the early spring, and certain areas of the aerodrome are specially planted to attract different types of bird and insect life.
Some of the other mammals and reptiles to be found at the site are:
- Grass snakes
- Slow worms
- Common lizards
Many schools and students regularly visit the site as part of their curriculum. To organise a wildlife talk please fill out our booking form.
Russell's TweetsTweets by @37squadron
26.03.17 - 26.03.17
Our Mother's Day Afternoon tea and sing-a-long is sure to delight
01.04.17 - 01.04.17
A monthly activity day at Stow Maries for 8-14 year olds to explore and enjoy a variety of activities linked by the theme of ‘flight’! From simple paper planes to building a series of ‘build and fly’ models, from creating gliders and rockets
05.04.17 - 05.04.17
Join us Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome this Easter holiday for a fantastic fun day, making Rocket Cars with the kids.
Hundreds of people braved the crisp air to attend the Remembrance Day ceremonies at Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome near Maldon on 13 November.
Representatives from all branches of the...
Stow Maries Great War Aerodrome CEO Ian Flint shares what he has been up to since joining the team three months ago.
Well, it’s been just over three months at Stow Maries...