A delightful patch of wet woodland with a pond
An extraordinarily atmospheric place, with a wonderful feeling of antiquity
A flower-rich meadow in the Wyre Forest, jointly owned by Shropshire and Worcestershire Wildlife Trusts.
A small wood awash with bluebells and wood anemones in spring
Wild heathland with skylarks and lizards
The site formerly known as "The Flooded Fields" are a birdwatching hotspot on the edge of Whixall Moss.
An oak wood, good for spring birdsong
A holy place for geologists, the location of the discovery of Britain's earliest trilobites.
A fine old wood with grand views across to the Tanat Valley and beyond to the Berwyn mountains
Boggy meadows next to Catherton Common