Our response to COVID-19 Nature reserves All our nature reserves remain free and open for you to visit, however please stay local to your area. If you are accessing our nature reserves, please adhere to current government guidelines around social distancing. Our bird hides are now open, however please take care to social distance. Please stay on the paths. Straying from the paths is a threat to nesting birds and can cause damage to emerging wild flowers. Please keep your dogs on the lead, clean up after them and take the waste home for disposal. If you witness any vandalism or spot anything of concern during your visit, please report this to us immediately via [email protected]. Please note that any necessary repairs may not always be immediately possible as the majority of our staff are working from home. Events Virtual events and those which can be done safely in a socially distanced manner are still going ahead. Please check here for our list of upcoming events. Volunteering Volunteering groups are currently restricted to 6 people with strict social distancing in operation, and volunteers must stay in their local area. We kindly ask those who are classed as extremely vulnerable not to attend our group volunteering events at this time.