|Brampton Wood Nature Reserve|
Brampton Wood is a 132.1 hectare biological Site of Special Scientific Interest west of Brampton in Cambridgeshire and managed by the Wildlife Trust for Bedfordshire, Cambridgeshire and Northamptonshire.....
|Fen Drayton Lakes|
Fen Drayton lakes is a fantastic place to watch birds with huge numbers of ducks, swans and geese on the lakes in winter. In summer, terns, hobbies and a variety of dragonflies are regularly seen.
Authorisation was given in 1961 to construct what was to be the largest reservoir in England. It is now a model example of a multi-purpose leisure area.The 370 acre reserve has excellent year round birding with large numbers of wintering wildfowl including pochard (pictured).
Conveniently situated next to the A1, Paxton pits is a delightful reserve with breeding Kingfisher, cormorant and Nightingale.There is also an information centre and toilets.
A unique fragment of the wilderness that once covered East Anglia, Wicken Fen is the oldest nature reserve in britain.A haven for birds, plants, insects and mammals alike.
|Fowlmere RSPB Reserve|
Fowlmere's reedbeds and pools are fed by natural chalk springs, which feed the old watercress beds on the site. A chalk stream runs through the reserve; you can see exciting birds like kingfishers, water rails....
|Ouse washes RSPB Reserve|
The Ouse Washes is a stunning example of lowland wet grassland habitat, the largest in the UK. In winter, the reserve is used by tens of thousands of ducks as well as the largest concentration of Bewick's and whooper swans anywhere in the UK.....
The Nene Washes in the Cambridgeshire Fens are some of the best floodplain meadows in England. Regularly flooded by the River Nene, they can support thousands of waterfowl in winter ....
|Nene Park Peterborough|
The Park was conceived as part of the towns 1968 expansion masterplan. Originally within the control of the Peterborough Development Corporation, the management of the Park was transferred to the Nene Park Trust....