An urban reserve, restored for wildlife
Cambridgeshire's second largest wood is over 900 years old!
Wildflower meadows, ancient woodlands and wetland areas full of birdlife.
The Great Fen is a landscape project to connect the two national nature reserves of Woodwalton Fen and Holme Fen by restoring the surrounding land for wildlife.
Central to the Nene Valley is the Nene Wetlands nature reserve, a unique one square mile of wild and man-made habitats, managed for wildlife and people.
One of the last remnants of the ancient Rockingham Forest, noted for its amazing woodland flora including carpets of bluebells and wild garlic.
Steep hills and tranquil valleys in the chilterns with magnificent views of the countryside
A spacious expanse of flowering meadows, riverside, woodland, hedgerow and parkland.
Fine ancient woodland, carpeted with oxlips, bluebells and violets in the spring