Druridge Pools is a wetland haven, rich in bird life, especially waders and wintering wildfowl.
Northumberland Wildlife Trust manages over 60 natures reserves around the region - there's bound to be one near you!
A large reserve with developing wildlife interest, comprising two large lakes with fringing reedbeds, grassland and recently planted woodland.
This small, attractive reserve features a mix of woodland and wetland habitats attracting a range of wildlife including woodland and wetland birds.
This reserve features a fine mix of semi-ancient woodland, as well as a pretty burn, providing perfect habitat for some interesting flora and fauna.
A large area which comprises an interesting mix of habitats including shallow waters and wetlands providing a haven for wildfowl and wading birds.
This Lough, is the smallest and shallowest of the four natural loughs located in the Hadrian's Wall area and is excellent for wildfowl, especially during the winter months.
An area of beautiful open moorland featuring a mosaic of habitats attracting a wide array of interesting flora and fauna.
One of the best wildlife-watching spots in the North East, renowned for its bird life. Right next to the beach, it offers fantastic views across the length of Druridge Bay.
Holburn Moss is an example of a raised mire, previously used for peat extraction but now an internationally designated wetland attracting numerous and varied wildfowl.
Holystone Burn contains a wide range of upland woodland and moorland vegetation, including oak and birch woods, scattered juniper scrub, areas of wet grassland, heathland, flushes with bog myrtle…