This beautiful coastal reserve, also known as Annstead Links, is an excellent example of a mature sand dune system, which thanks to conservation efforts, now harbours a wealth of flora and fauna…
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Benefitting from a range of habitats, Bakethin is a wildlife haven offering spectacular views and endless opportunities to encounter a variety of diverse wildlife.
An interesting site for its geology, Cresswell Foreshore is a large wave-cut platform with many shallow rockpools attracting varied marine wildlife and wading birds.
One of the most accessible Border Mires sites, an area of heather moorland and blanket bog which comes alive in summer time with impressive insect life.
This lowland raised peat bog has stunning views over the Till Valley and the Cheviots with exciting flora and fauna, and the historical remains of an abandoned mining community.
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.
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.
A former colliery site, this reserve has been extensively landscaped to create a wildlife haven on the edge of the city benefiting from a number of diverse habitats.
Whitelee Moor is one of Britain's most important upland nature reserves. It's a site of European conservation importance due to its active blanket bog and heather heaths.