Warleigh Woods have been interspersed up with plantations of larch trees under some previous management plan but the Melick Wood section seems to contain not a single larch. Most of the pines in Melick Wood are scots pines, but there are a few others that appear when the leaves have fallen from the beech and the hazel.
This one appears to be a douglas fir (Pseudotsuga douglasii). The branches are confined to a high crown but on the ground are fallen twigs and cones with distinctive three-pronged bracts.
Douglas firs are non-native. In its natural habitat in America as being one of the tallest trees, reaching heights of 120m.