A new kind of nature reserve where both people and wildlife thrive alongside one another.
Sphagnum moss, common lizards and brown hares are reclaiming these once-exploited peatlands, whose scars are only just beginning to heal.
Rare trees, wintering waders and hunting raptors see Freeman’s Pools put on a show during every season.
Burnet moths and beautiful wildflowers brighten up this idyllic meadow near Chorley.
Coast, heath and woodland meet at this unique nature reserve on the Sefton Coast.
An oasis for butterflies and birds just round the corner from bustling Heysham docks.
This important peatland brims with beautiful birds, bees and beetles, rare mosses and carnivorous plants.
Brown hares and common lizards hide amongst the undergrowth on this important peatland.
Wildfowl, waders and abundant wildflowers thrive in this tranquil oasis of lakes and woodland.
Explore a tranquil retreat home to weird, wonderful and truly special wildlife.