A sustainable future for wildlife and people
Take a walk at Langford Lakes Nature Reserve around the 4 beautiful lakes to spot birds inc Kingfishers and maybe even an otter. Visitor toilets. Find out more… 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!
Not sure where to start? Try one of our reserve complexes featured above. They're specially selected to offer the best experience all year round.
Blackmoor Copse was our first nature reserve and we have been looking after it since 1962.Read more
We are turning this former military airfield 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
Royal Wootton Bassett.Read more