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…
The first reserve acquired by Derbyshire Wildlife Trust specifically for its geology - rocks and fossils give this reserve geological interest, while grassland flowers attract a variety of…
Explore this little reserve and look for specialist lead-tolerant flowers and glow worms!
A flood lagoon with an impressive diversity of habitats and lots of wildlife including wetland birds, butterflies and wild flowers.
A disused limestone quarry of particular interest for butterflies - in fact 24 species of butterfly have already been recorded here!
Dramatic scenery created by steep valley sides and exposed rock faces - it's a great place to see woodland wild flowers including bluebells and orchids.
An important example of how wildlife can recolonise limestone quarry workings
Once used as a tip for ash from the railways, Lock Lane now provides a valuable habitat for a variety of wildlife.
A disused limestone quarry with a varied habitat bursting with butterflies and wild flowers.
A steep limestone hillside above the River Wye and the Monsal Trail; known for its wild flowers. Part of a string of nature reserves along the Monsal Trail in the Wye Valley.