A walk through this Site of Special Scientific Interest takes you from stream-soaked valley floor, up steep slopes to level land at the top. Read more
This ancient woodland was given to us in 1991. The wood connects with our Biss Wood nature reserve and the Green Lane Nature Park. Read more
Take a walk at Langford Lakes Nature Reserve around the four beautiful lakes to spot birds including kingfisher and maybe even an otter. Read more
Lower Moor opened in 2007 and is the gateway to Clattinger Farm, Oaksey Moor Farm Meadow, Lower Moor Farm and Sandpool nature reserves. Read more
Our nature reserves play an important part in raising awareness about the value of the natural world. From woodlands, wildflower meadows, hedgerows, streams, rivers, chalk downland, valleys, bogs and wetlands, now is the time to get out your boots and binoculars and go wild in the country.
What is really out there? Where is it? When can I see it? Why is it there? How can it survive? Come and visit one of our nature reserves today and find out some of the answers. They are open all year and they’re free!
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Blackmoor Copse was our first nature reserve and we have been looking after it since 1962.Read more
This former military airfield is being turned back into wildlife-rich hay meadow.Read more
The eight meadows that make up this nature reserve on the edge of the Braydon Forest are awash with wild flowers and alive with insects during summer.Read more
A walk through this Site of Special Scientific Interest takes you from stream-soaked valley floor, up steep slopes to level land at the top.Read more
This chalk downland offers superb views of Salisbury Cathedral and the surrounding countryside.Read more
Conigre Mead was a field of rough grass until local volunteers dug ponds, cleared scrub and planted trees and wildflowers.Read more
This chalk downland valley is a Site of Special Scientific Interest and worth a visit at any time of year for its sweeping views.Read more
A small orchard with old cricket field. Areas converted into wildflower beds.Read more
This stretch of chalk grassland curves across the steep side of a combe (valley) near Knook, on the edge of Salisbury Plain.Read more
Visit these three meadows in spring and summer for their vivid wildflower displays.Read more
These three hay meadows with countless wildflowers form a Site of Special Scientific Interest because of their long history of traditional farming.Read more
This ancient woodland was given to us in 1991. The wood connects with our Biss Wood nature reserve and the Green Lane Nature Park.Read more