A fragment of the garden in which Charles Darwin spent much of his childhood.
All of our reserves remain open for everyone to enjoy throughout the lockdown with the exception of Wood Lane near Ellesmere.
We manage more than 40 amazing places for wildlife, you are welcome to visit most of these but please remember:
No fires or BBQ's and take your litter home with you.
Please keep your dog under control and pick up dog mess - please see individual reserve info about where to keep dogs on leads.
If you are visiting our nature reserves and are not a member, please consider joining us in order to help us to maintain these wonderful places for wildlife.
An abandoned limestone quarry with wonderful wildflowers
A historic reserve with volcanic origins
Two west facing species-rich meadows with wet flushes
Once a hive of industry, Granville has been reclaimed by nature
A mosaic of meadow, stream and woodland within walking distance of Whitchurch centre.
A pretty wood situated on an ancient barrier reef.
A tranquil landscape with dense hedgerows and grand old ash and oak trees
A rejuvenated oak wood with a colony of dormice
The limestone scree provides perfect conditions for rock rose, wild thyme and marjoram and the scarce prickly sedge. A small flock of Hebridean/Shropshire sheep graze it from time to time to keep…