A nature reserve with a very different past. Once this was a bustling railway junction.
A rich mix of heath, grassland and woodland, especially good for fungi hunting and butterfly spotting.
Buckfastleigh Rocks! A disused quarry unearths a history of ancient wildlife.
This small reserve acts as a gateway to the wild landscape of Dartmoor. Bluebells and dormice are the stars of our oldest nature reserve.
Wet, boggy and full of wildlife! You'll sometimes meet our Exmoor ponies at Lickham Common.
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 small woodland reserve with a beautiful display of spring woodland flowers
Leave the city centre to explore the fields, cherry orchards and wooded lanes of Ludwell Valley Park. Follow trails along the Northbrook stream or climb to the top of Pynes Hill for stunning views…
Exceptional grasslands with areas of 'smooth Culm'
A magical, secretive mix of woodland, coastline and butterfly-filled meadows - all in a single stream valley.