A large area of acid bog with some areas of dry heath and bog pools
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An old plantation and some tall heathland
An extensive area of stunning open dry heathland. Managed on behalf of the MOD.
Our largest nature reserve: Ballynahone Bog is teeming with specialist wildlife and is one of the most important sites for nature conservation in Northern Ireland
An extensive area of open dry heathland scattered with mixed woodland. Managed on behalf of the MOD.
Step into a lovely example of Surrey heathland, with a wide range of flora and fauna. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.
Situated just outside Sheffield, this magnificent moorland is the largest of Sheffield Wildlife Trust’s nature reserves, containing 180 hectares of breathtaking scenery.
Blaxhall Common is a piece of heathland full of birds, butterflies, reptiles and flowers particular to the area
An undisturbed heathland with three different species of wild heathers and spectacular views of the surrounding landscape
A fascinating nature reserve with a prehistoric past
Paths lead you through a heathland landscape of gorse and heather. A great place to spot secretive reptiles and nightjars.
An area of wet and dry heathland habitats with woodland, acid grassland and ponds.
A great place to see birds all year round, with rare habitats including one of the last areas of lowland heath in Derbyshire.
A wonderful heathland haven with some very special wildlife.
A heathland with views out across the Dee Estuary towards north Wales, great for reptiles and butterflies.
Heather moorland and bilberry with a small gorge formed by the young River Lugg.
Bedfordshire's largest remaining area of heathland
Boggy meadows next to Catherton Common
Traditional heather moorland with western gorse and plenty of birds.
The reserve is a relic of, the once widespread habitat, wet heath. Edgehills Bog is home to a wealth of heathland plants. Mosses and rushes dominate the boggy areas, whilst heathers, bilberry and…