A beautiful patchwork of woodland and meadows in the heart of the wonderful South Hams countryside.
This wet and wild nature reserve provides rich rewards for visitors prepared to take their time and who don't mind a bit of mud!
Bellever Moor and Meadows makes a great introduction to Dartmoor. Walk in wildflower upland meadows and between ancient drystone walls to experience great views of this part of central Dartmoor.…
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.
Our largest and perhaps our wildest nature reserve. River, wooded valley and upland moor - this reserve has it all.
The place to get to know Dartmoor and its wildlife.
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.
Thirteen fields of wildflower-rich Culm grassland make up this smallholding which has remained unchanged for decades.
A reserve with a diverse flora and abundance of butterfly species.