Wet meadows and an ox-bow lake, abundant in migrant and water birds, butterflies and drangonflies.
Wildlife on your doorstep
Our reserves are there for you to explore, so grab your walking boots, pack up a picnic and a flask of tea and discover the wild places on your doorstep.
Commanding views towards Bath with ancient woodland and flower-rich grasslands where rare orchids grow.
Important moor for its breeding waders, wintering wildfowl, and dragonflies, set in Gordano Valley.
The site of an Iron Age hill fort, now a haven for wildflowers and butterflies.
A peaceful unspoilt landscape, with rare wildflower meadows and clear views across the Mendip Hills.
Large pastureland networked with rhynes full of rare plants, invertebrates and birds.
Limestone grassland stretching down to saltmarsh - home to butterflies, rare plants and wading birds.
A moor with three fields on the limestone ridge in Gordano Valley. Important for its breeding waders and rare plants.
Former mill, quarry and coal dramway, now an oasis of wildlife, with woodlands, ponds and a wildlife garden.