A wetland site of international importance for wildfowl. Up to 40,000 ducks, swans and geese visit each year. Excellent bird watching opportunities and fabulous views over the reservoir.
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A 700 acre coastal farm and the head office of Essex Wildlife Trust situated on the Blackwater Estuary. Visitors can see the success of the coastal realignment project and enjoy a fantastic,…
An urban reserve, restored for wildlife
A beautiful patchwork of woodland and meadows in the heart of the wonderful South Hams countryside.
An undisturbed wild place, Argill Woods Nature Reserve is a tranquil steep sided wooded valley with waterfalls and pools where dippers and pied flycatchers can be seen.
One of the finest ancient woodlands in Yorkshire, which is bordered by flower-rich limestone grassland on the valley sides and a marshy valley bottom through which a crystal-clear stream flows.…
This wet and wild nature reserve provides rich rewards for visitors prepared to take their time and who don't mind a bit of mud!
An idyllic location in Ribblesdale adds to the charm of this diverse grassland nature reserve. A rare example of an upland hay meadow, only a handful of fragments of these wildlife-rich habitats…
Marvel at a true wilderness nestled just a stone’s throw from the urban jungle.
Step into Aughton Woods and enter a magical place where wildlife and wildflowers flourish.
Visiting the species-rich hay meadows of Babcary next to the River Cary in summer is like stepping back in time when meadows like this were a common sight in our countryside.
An area of heathland with various resident and visitor bird species
A compact reserve with two ponds, a hide and marked paths, with a proliferation of wildflowers and invertebrates
Ban-y-gor nature reserve is a secluded and mystical woodland with large ancient coppice and pollards carpeted with ferns and mosses. A single path descends moderately via a small glade towards the…
Rough fell, grassland, wetland and wooded areas provide a diverse habitat where dragonflies, damselflies and the rare high brown fritillary butterfly abound.
Explore a true hidden gem where lapwings soar and redshanks probe the mud.
An extensive network of habitats of significant wildlife value including scrub, woodland, hedgerows and grassland.
This sprawling reserve forms part of the Border Mires, a large area of rare peat bog around Kielder Forest managed by NWT and Forestry England for its conservation value.
Bellever Moor and Meadows makes a great introduction to Dartmoor. Walk in wildflower upland meadows and between ancient drystone walls to experience great views of this part of central Dartmoor.…
Wildlife rich Benshaw Moor is a remote and wild upland in the Rede Valley that hosts a complex and varied mosaic of habitats.