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Nature Reserves

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  1. Add Peter Fidler Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Peter Fidler Nature Reserve


    Named after the famous North American explorer and chief surveyor for the Hudson Bay Company, Peter Fidler, who wwas born in Bolsover in 1769, the Reserve includes picnic area, new pathways and viewpoints overlooking the Doe Lea Valley.

  2. Add Foremark Reservoir to your Itinerary

    Foremark Reservoir


    A beautiful sight in The National Forest with areas of woodland, grassland, heath and wetland, for you to explore along waymarked footpaths.

  3. Add Dimminsdale Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Dimminsdale Nature Reserve

    Calke Road, Melbourne

    Dimminsdale is part of a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) owned by Severn Trent Water. February is the time to see the annual spectacular display of Snowdrops in bloom at this Nature Reserve, by Staunton Harold Reservoir.

  4. Red River Local Nature Reserve

    Add Red River Local Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Red River Local Nature Reserve


    Red River Local Nature Reserve is a good example of an old industrial site that has become an important local haven for wildlife. It consists of what remains of ponds that were adjacent to the 'owd' Loscoe colliery.

  5. Add Norbriggs Flash Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Norbriggs Flash Nature Reserve


    Norbriggs Flash was once farmland with grazing pastures and growing crops but, today it offers grassland, hedgerow, wetland, woodland and scrub as well as arable farmland.

  6. Add Avenue Washlands Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Avenue Washlands Nature Reserve


    Opened in August 2007, the Avenue Washlands has areas of reedbed, marsh, ponds and grassland, supporting a wide range of wildlife. The Trust offers stream dipping, sensory earthwalks and eco-orienteering as well as many other activities.

  7. Add Brearley Park Wetlands Nature Reserve to your Itinerary

    Brearley Park Wetlands Nature Reserve


    This Local Nature Reserve was designated because of the rare invertebrates that are found here. Brearley Wetlands is a good place to spot butterflies and migrating birds. Habitats included wet grassland, hedgerows and scrub.

  8. Add Badgers Hollow to your Itinerary

    Badgers Hollow


    The site covers just over 10 hectares, and comprises areas of recently planted broadleaved woodland, restored agricultural pasture land, new hedges, areas of open water, ditches, reedbed, swamp, scrub and mature trees.