Summer orchids, dragonflies and rare butterflies are the highlights of this fascinating patchwork of ponds and meadows.
A lake, heathland and meadows go to make a wonderfully diverse nature reserve.
Clayhidon is a small wildlife haven nestled in the Blackdown Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty of East Devon.
A classic introduction to one of Devon's best remaining Culm grasslands.
This nature reserve is one of Devon's top places for dragonfly and damselfly watching. Bring binoculars for an up close view of these wonderful insects.
A magical, secretive mix of woodland, coastline and butterfly-filled meadows - all in a single stream valley.
Thirteen fields of wildflower-rich Culm grassland make up this smallholding which has remained unchanged for decades.
Paths and boardwalks allow you to get among the reed beds and ponds of this wetland reserve.
A small oasis which buzzes with activity.
A patchwork of woodland and Culm grassland fields linked by traditional Devon hedge banks.