An oak and birch woodland with bilberry glades providing welcome refuge to a variety of wildlife
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…
These worked-out gravel pits provide refuge for a number of species in fact it's one of the best places to see bats and dragonflies in Derbyshire! There's a pond dipping platform and…
An important example of how wildlife can recolonise limestone quarry workings
Areas of precious unimproved grassland and oakland with more than 150 species of flowers, sedges and mosses
The narrow belt of woodland and acid grassland glade is a glorious carpet of bluebells
in spring and as summer approaches it bursts with birdsong.
Upland pasture near Sheffield rich in plants. See meadow pipits and skylarks and enjoy far reaching views. It's home to Goblin Gold!
A valuable wetland area providing habitat for frogs, toads and smooth and palmate newts - there is a great pond dipping platform perfect for a warm spring afternoon.