The site of an Iron Age hill fort, now a haven for wildflowers and butterflies.
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.
Feed Bristol is our inspiring six-acre wildlife gardening hub, where people and wildlife thrive in a productive setting. Explore our wildflower nursery, enjoy the sights and sounds of wildlife…
A peaceful unspoilt landscape, with rare wildflower meadows and clear views across the Mendip Hills.
Airy grasslands above the Combe contrast dark woodlands below. A great spot for butterflies with magical views across Mendip.
Grassland home to rare plants like honewort and Somerset hair-grass, with spectacular views across the Somerset Levels.
A chain of reed beds close to the Severn Estuary and an important feeding and resting place for migrating birds.
An old allotment transformed into a reserve by the local community, now an excellent spot for birds and butterflies.
A beautiful wildlife-rich ancient woodland with streams, plantations and a wonderful bluebell display in spring.
Grassland in western Mendips with views across the Somerset Levels, home to three nationally rare or threatened plants.
Large pastureland networked with rhynes full of rare plants, invertebrates and birds.