The last remaining site in Cheshire for the small pearl-bordered fritillary butterfly.
A heathland with views out across the Dee Estuary towards north Wales, great for reptiles and butterflies.
Crown Farm Nature Reserve is a 17 hectare partly restored sand quarry, which forms a post extraction/restoration phase of the larger active Cheshire Sands quarry in Oakmere.
Danes Moss is the largest & highest lowland raised bog in Cheshire
Hatchmere comprises a variety of habitats, including open water, fen carr and dry woodland
A new woodland, regenerated from poor grassland.
Species-rich grassland cling to the side of the ridge, from which you can walk to White Nancy and enjoy views over the Cheshire Plain.
An urban nature reserve developed on a former railway coal yard, goods yard and water softening plant.
Made up of several species-rich grassland, woodland & mire communities.