A charming pocket of old orchard - sit a while in the dappled shade of an apple tree and watch the insects buzz by.
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It’s amazing how much wildlife can be supported by one small hay-meadow site, as the reserve at our DWT Headquarters at Brooklands Farm proves.
Species-rich meadows at the heart of Verwood in the east of the county.
A traditional hay meadow with an abundance of wildflower species.
A rare chance to see stunning displays of chalk downland flowers and butterflies with stunning views over the Blackmore Vale.
A reserve with a mix of different habitats, attracting a wide variety insects and birds
A chalk grassland on a steep north facing slope
A peaceful woodland site once used as a place for reflection by monks from the Hillfield Friary
Two attractive areas of ancient woodland, including a small flower-rich meadow at Adam's Green
Ancient and regenerating woodland over former clay mining, dating back to Roman times