Reserve updates

Know before you go

Amy Robinson

Protecting precious sites so wildlife can thrive and people can enjoy nature is our top priority. But at some of our reserves we are facing a big challenge. Climate change means milder, wetter winters which can lead to muddy conditions underfoot and damage to plant life. We are also dealing with the effects of ash dieback and other woodland management issues.

How will this affect access to our reserves?

To protect our sites we may be restricting access this winter and spring. This will mainly affect our woodlands in Cambridgeshire because of the type of soil in the landscape.

We manage our reserves so that they are in the best possible condition. We also work hard to ensure the health and safety of all visitors. This means that, at times, due to the weather, ongoing work and other factors, there may be disruptions. 

Current disruptions and notices

This page provides an overview of current notices, as well as key information to be aware of before visiting our reserves.

Click on the pins on the map for further information. 

 

Switch on/off layers

Key

Full/partial closure

Parking notice

Restricted access

Work in progress

Expected seasonal disruption

Hazardous conditions

Affected reserves

Hazardous conditions

Expected seasonal disruption

To protect our sites we may be restricting access this winter and spring. This will mainly affect our woodlands in Cambridgeshire because of the type of soil in the landscape

Check this page before visiting these reserves to make sure you’re up to date.

Thank you for helping us to keep these sites special.

Reserve guidelines

Additional information