A compact reserve with two ponds, a hide and marked paths, with a proliferation of wildflowers and invertebrates
We look after 24 nature reserves across the island with the help of a dedicated band of volunteers. 7 of these are open to the public.
Excellent for the outstanding display of thousands of orchids from late May to July and good for bird watching
Part of the widest strip of yellow dune on the island, good for birdwatching
Traditional heather moorland with western gorse and plenty of birds.
A boardwalk runs through the willow scrub, there's an abundance of mosses and lichens and a bird hide too.
Previously a mill pond, a small haven for wildlife has been created in this otherwise urban landscape