Wytham Woods are one of the most researched areas of woodland in the world. We have a wealth of long term biological data, with bird data dating back since 1947, badger data for over 30 years and climate change data since 2005. Although the majority of the research activity is Oxford-based, any organisation can utilise the site. Current research projects are investigating subjects including climate change, blue and great tits, badgers, bats and small mammals.

You can find out more about some of these projects below.

We are aware that a number of research projects require the use of drones. For our rules regarding this, please visit the Drone Flying page on the research menu of this website.