Cambridgeshire's second largest wood is over 900 years old!
Possibly the most diverse meadow in the county, rich in wildflowers and insects
A wonderful mix of wildflower meadows, wetlands full of wildfowl and woodlands harbouring rare and special species, all interwoven around a new settlement outside Cambridge.
Former chalk quarries that now provide a variety of habitats for wildlife.
A 'ridge-and-furrow' meadow with a spectacular show of orchids
An old quarry now transformed into a wildflower haven
Bedfordshire's largest remaining area of heathland
Water-filled former gravel diggings, now a series of secluded shady pools
Wildflower meadow with woodland strip and pond
An important reserve for breeding and winter birds, with frequent visits from otters