A wooded reserve showing the results of different management histories within an area.
A triangular reserve containing mostly neutral grassland, bounded at the north and south by woodland.
An ancient unimproved grassland with a rich flora
Two fields; Hampton Meadow and Big & Little Common
A narrow, steep-sided wood valley
The reserve and caves are open to visit from dawn to dusk. There is a small pull-in to park, an interpretation board and well walked public footpath that goes down past the cave. The rest of the…
Known as ‘Little Marises’, the flower-rich meadow lies between two other nature reserves – Cethins Meadow and Canon Tump Common – in the Black Mountains Valley, near to Michaelchurch Escley. The…
A woodland containing many fine semi-mature oak and ash trees with good plant and birdlife.
An impressive sweep of grassland lying on the gentle north and south facing slopes of the Dulas Brook
Herefordshire Wildlife Trust took ownership of this grassland reserve in 2019 and are restoring it as a mixture of meadow, hedgerow and scrub habitat.