Our nature reserves
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On Weds saw pearl bordered fritillaries flying in sunshine among bluebells, dog violets at #devonwildlifetrust Dart Valley nature reserve.
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Nature reserve audio guides
Dunsford nature reserve audio guide
Each of these audio tracks describes a fun family activity to try
at Dunsford or any of DWT's other 40 nature reserves. Click on the
titles of the tracks to download and listen.
- Track 1 - Introduction
- Track 2 - Tree Huggers
- Track 3 - Bug Hunting
- Track 4 - Elephant Ears
- Track 5 - Colour Match
- Track 6 - Touchy Feely
- Track 7 - Warmer, Colder
Dartmoor National Park Authority has undertaken research and outreach preparation behind a sustained public awareness campaign to enhance understanding of climate change issues in the local and wider context. The overall communications theme is global concern and local understanding. The main emphasis is on explaining how the issues impact on the local environment and how people can still help to mitigate and/or adapt to the consequences of climate change in practical and effective ways.
Bystock nature reserve audio guide
This audio guide provides a short introduction to Devon Wildlife
Trust's Bystock nature reserve, its history and wildlife. The speakers
include DWT Nature Reserve Officer, Simon Goodson, and local volunteer