A wooded reserve showing the results of different management histories within an area.
A reserve consisting of three parts; with meadows and grassland
The last remnant of a much larger peaty wetland area that existed in the 19th century
Mostly ancient grassland, with some woodland, and a variety of wildlife and plant life
Three traditional Herefordshire hay-meadows, a small orchard area, two ponds and a complex of old hedgerows.
A traditional old Herefordshire hay meadow
A narrow, steep-sided wood valley
A reserve of two parts with a very different history.
One of the finest, ancient, semi-natural broad-leaved woodlands left in the Wye valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
A reserve full of a variety of flowers; a great place to spot deer