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.
Wildflower meadows, native woodland and wildlife ponds house bats, badgers, hedgehogs, and abundant plant, bird and butterfly species.
A flower-rich grassland on the north-eastern fringes of the Mendip Hills, overlooking Chew Valley Lake.
A secluded reserve, sheltered by hedges and scrub, carpeted with wildflowers and home to many butterflies.
The site of an Iron Age hill fort, now a haven for wildflowers and butterflies.
Airy grasslands above the Combe contrast dark woodlands below. A great spot for butterflies with magical views across Mendip.
An old allotment transformed into a reserve by the local community, now an excellent spot for birds and butterflies.
Wooded valley with a beautiful waterfall. Perfect spot for bluebells in Spring, diverse plant species, birds and butterflies.
Woodland and grassland rich in limestone flowers, with views across Nailsea Moor to the coast.
A grassland and woodland famed for its wildflowers and butterflies, with excellent views of the Gordano Valley.