Step into Aughton Woods and enter a magical place where wildlife and wildflowers flourish.
Foxes, roe deer and stunning birds of prey lay claim to one of the largest remaining areas of ancient, semi-natural, deciduous woodland in the North West.
A new kind of nature reserve where both people and wildlife thrive alongside one another.
Wildlife and wildflowers have reclaimed this former quarry in the heart of the Ribble Valley.
Wildlife-rich woodlands and a roaring waterfall lend this undisturbed nature reserve a true sense of the wild.
Birds and amphibians thrive in this small but important nature reserve hidden among the urban landscape.
Sedge warblers chatter, rare butterflies flutter and buzzards circle overhead at Heysham Moss.
Discover an industrial past redesigned by nature and transformed into a peaceful oasis for both people and wildlife.
Wildfowl, waders and abundant wildflowers thrive in this tranquil oasis of lakes and woodland.
Pied flycatchers and sika deer roam this unique woodland on the edge of the Hodder Valley.