A fascinating nature reserve made up of wet heath pasture surrounded by birch woodland, scrub and tussocky grassland with three small basin mires.
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A lovely slice of broadleaf woodland creating a wildlife corridor, joining and contrasting with the large coniferous plantations of this remote valley.
Ancient oak woodland on the Quantock Hills rich in wild flowers in spring and early summer with a stream flowing along the valley bottom. A mini wilderness experience with the woodland floor…
The landscape and features of the Alderney Community Woodland is the result of many thousand of years of human activity on the island. Historic features, built heritage and a variety of habitats…
This former quarry site returned to nature, comprises scrub and woodland providing a green haven for a wide variety of plants and wildlife.
A stroll through this small but long-established woodland offers a pleasant retreat from the hustle and bustle of Bangor.
A small area of ancient deciduous woodland nestled above the Barrow Burn, a tributary of the Coquet.
A small yet impressive wood of majestic beeches
Blackhouse Wood, cloaking part of the Suckley Hills in the Malvern Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is a fantastically rich ancient semi-natural woodland.
Foxes, roe deer and stunning birds of prey lay claim to one of the largest remaining areas of ancient, semi-natural, deciduous woodland in the North West.
Boon's Copse is a species rich ancient woodland on the Blackdown Hillsand is a relic of the original Neroche Royal Forest.
Paths lead you through a heathland landscape of gorse and heather. A great place to spot secretive reptiles and nightjars.
Restored woodland and heathland in Croydon which typifies London’s semi-natural habitats, providing a home for stag beetles and woodpeckers.
Cambridgeshire's second largest wood is over 900 years old!
Briarwood Banks is one of the best examples of rare, semi-natural woodland in Northumberland. The woodland supports a diversity of plant species with a number of locally uncommon species.
Brockholes is a new kind of nature reserve: an unreserved reserve that brims with wildlife, teaches the next generation about the wonders of nature, and gives back to the local community through…
One of few remaining areas of upland oak woodland, with moorland.
An extraordinarily atmospheric place, with a wonderful feeling of antiquity on the edge of The Stiperstones.
Step into this wonderful pocket of ancient woodland and meadows, filled with wildflowers in spring and butterflies in summer
A conifer plantation with areas of broadleaf woodland, heathland and acid grassland. Public access managed by Surrey County Council, conservation managed by Surrey Wildlife Trust