Benefitting from a range of habitats, Bakethin is a wildlife haven offering spectacular views and endless opportunities to encounter a variety of diverse wildlife.
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Northumberland Wildlife Trust manages over 60 natures reserves around the region - there's bound to be one near you!
This sprawling reserve forms part of the Border Mires, a large area of rare peat bog around Kielder Forest managed by NWT and Forestry England for its conservation value.
Wildlife rich Benshaw Moor is a remote and wild upland in the Rede Valley that hosts a complex and varied mosaic of habitats.
A wild and remote area of blanket bog on the Northumberland-Cumbria border, alive in spring to the haunting cries of the curlew.
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.
A narrow strip of grassland straddling the Mill Burn as it falls though the edge of the conifer plantations of Harwood Forest, featuring a diverse range of grassland types.
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.