Mixed habitat with grassland, woodland and wetland. Diverse range of wildflowers, butterflies and breeding birds.
A deep, freshwater site; an excellent place for birdwatching
One of the few undeveloped river floodplains in the area, Lamesley Pastures contains two designated Local Wildlife Sites.
An interesting and varied reserve with an abundance of woodland birds; a quiet and secluded retreat
A fragment of blanket bog remaining from a larger area of bog, marsh and shallow pools now partly drained and/or planted with conifers
Rosa Shafto and Tudhoe Mill are two adjacent woodland nature reserves linked by a footbridge over the Valley Burn. They consist of mixed secondary woodland developed on an ancient woodland site.…
An important component of the Tyne Valley Wildlife Corridor with a variety of wildflowers and birds.
The neutral grassland has an abundance of wildflowers including meadowseet and spotted…