One of few remaining areas of upland oak woodland, with moorland.
One of the top five sites in Derbyshire to birdwatch plus you can walk through a reedbed!
A great place to see birds all year round, with rare habitats including one of the last areas of lowland heath in Derbyshire.
Be sure to stop when you are on the Monsal Trail to admire this beautiful reserve with a quarry and 200ft steep-sided gorge! Part of a string of nature reserves along the Monsal Trail in the Wye…
An area of majestic ancient ash woodland above the River Wye, part of a string of nature reserves along the Monsal Trail in the Wye Valley.
A former working waterway, now rich in wildlife including dragonflies, grass snakes and water voles.
A spectacular dale where you can admire the abundance of wild flowers. Part of a string of nature reserves along the Monsal Trail in the Wye Valley.
A haven for birdwatchers in the Trent Valley From tantalising glimpses of bitterns in winter to large numbers of cormorants, ducks, waders and birds of prey. There are five hides, an education…
Part of the largest area of floodplain grasslands and wetlands in the Erewash Valley - great for bird watching and water voles.
One of the largest oakwoods in the area with an abundance of bird species and rich with the scent of bluebells in the spring.