A beautiful private educational nature reserve featuring an education centre, wildflower meadow, woodland and dipping pond.
Discover Surrey's wildlife
An ancient mill pond and the largest body of semi-natural open water in east Surrey.
Restored farmland by the River Wey that attracts an abundance of wildlife.
Located on the site of a former claypit and brickworks, a beautiful woodland and grassland reserve with six water bodies.
A varied natural landscape, including woodland, grassland, river valley, farmland – and a working sawmill. Managed on behalf of Surrey County Council.
A stunning complex of wetland reserve with a myriad of birdlife and aquatic insects.
A wet meadow next to the River Wey that supports a number of rare plants and birds.
A former gravel extraction site. This reserve is now a haven for ducks, grebes and an abundance of other waterbirds.
Grazing cattle on these beautiful water meadows maintain a diverse wildlife habitat.
A gentle stroll along public footpaths from the village of Ockley brings you to the edge of a remarkable gem.