There’s something special taking place in the Black Bourn Valley.
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Carlton Marshes, together with Oulton Marshes, is a lowland reserve in the Broads National Park. It consists of meadows, wet grassland, reedbeds, marsh and woodland.
Castle Marshes is a broadland site with grazing marsh, fen and freshwater dykes. In winter the marshes are flooded to create expanses of open water for wintering wildfowl.
With Dartmoor ponies grazing the open areas, Dunwich Forest is being transformed from a conifer plantation into a rich mosaic of woodpasture, wet woodland and heathland.
Gunton Warren is one of the Lowestoft 'gems', another fragment of wonderful wildlife habitat right on the doorstep of a town. It is a fascinating and diverse place renowned amongst the…
Breckland is one of the UK’s biodiversity hotspots and the designation of much of Knettishall Heath as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) reflects this.
A diversity of plant life to satisfy the keenest of botanists Redgrave and Lopham Fen is the largest valley fen in England and one of the most important Wetlands in Europe.
Simpson's Saltings is one of the country's most important coastal sites for its wealth of uncommon coastal and saltmarsh plants.
Marsh, reedbed and wet woodland with adjacent heathland and beach - Sizewell Belts has just about everything!
These heaths represent one of the largest continuous areas of Sandlings heathland left and are at their most colourful in August and September.