Step into a lovely example of Surrey heathland, with a wide range of flora and fauna. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.
Discover Surrey's wildlife
A former chalk quarry with Grade II listed lime kilns and a species rich grassland. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.
A large area of rare, unimproved, species rich wet grassland.
Chobham Common is one of the finest remaining examples of lowland heath in the world. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.
A private chalk grassland reserve with many species of orchids.
A hidden gem in an urban area of Surrey containing ancient woodland and chalk grassland. Managed on behalf of Croydon Borough Council.
Lowland heath and woodland with a variety of heathland species. The Elstead Group of Commons includes Bagmoor, Royal, Ockley and Elstead Commons.
Fir Tree Copse is small in size but rich in wildlife and one of the best sites in Surrey for moths.
An ancient mill pond and the largest body of semi-natural open water in east Surrey.
An area of chalk grassland and woodland on the south facing slope of the North Downs that is rich in wildflowers. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.