Ancient hazel and ash coppice which is carpeted in bluebells in the Spring
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A hidden gem in west Dorset. This is home to some of Dorset's best loved species including dormice, otters and woodpeckers.
A rare chance to see stunning displays of chalk downland flowers and butterflies with stunning views over the Blackmore Vale.
A fine example of oak woodland and hazel coppice with a very rich ground flora
A reserve with a mix of different habitats, attracting a wide variety insects and birds
A chalk grassland on a steep north facing slope
Two attractive areas of ancient woodland, including a small flower-rich meadow at Adam's Green
An internationally important area of dry & wet lowland heathland & woodland
Site of former stone quarries abandoned 100 years ago.
A haven of peaceful green meadows, hedgerows and woodland, this reserve offers a chance to experience some fabulous wildlife right in the middle of town.