A sessile oak woodland, with some interesting flora including wood anemone and woodland birds such as wood warbler, tawny owl and woodcock.
Northumberland Wildlife Trust manages over 60 natures reserves around the region - there's bound to be one near you!
A pretty pond surrounded by grassland, used by over-wintering migrant birds which are attracted by the pond's proximity to the coast.
An interesting woodland reserve, featuring two areas of ancient trees, attracting good bird fauna with species such as tawny and little owl and a wide range of woodland mammals.
A restored former opencast coal mining site featuring two pools, areas of maturing woodland and grassland attracting a variety of bird species.
This small reserve, features scrub, pond and grassland attracting a variety of aquatic invertebrates including several species of damselfly.
Northumberlandia, is a unique piece of public art with a centrepiece of a stunning human landform sculpture surrounded by greenspace and ponds with developing wildlife interest.
Prestwick Carr is a large low lying wetland area on the edge of Newcastle which attracts waders such as pipits and skylark.
Priestclose Wood is an ancient woodland close to the centre of Prudhoe attracting rich birdlife and featuring a small pond, harbouring a variety of amphibians.
This small reserve is one of the best lowland meadows in the area, featuring grassland which is particularly good for spotting butterflies and a small pond attracting amphibians and damselflies.…
A small wildlife haven hidden in a suburban area featuring a mosaic of different habitats including areas of maturing woodland, two small ponds, grassland and a wildlife friendly garden.