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Our local geomorphologist and all-round river channel guru Trev Bond has been working with our Essex Ops team to give nature a hand along the River Crouch at Wickford The idea is to use carefully selected and installed parts of trees (woody debris) to replicate branches from trees falling into the river influencing the flow of water and

A dragonfly reserve for A Rocha UK?

Jul 01 2014A long-term supporter has offered A Rocha the opportunity to purchase 12 acres on the Essex/Suffolk border in SE England for 45 000 The land is adjacent to the River Stour and has two ponds: 19 species of Odonata have been recorded including Small Red-eyed Damselfly Erythromma viridulum which has only recently spread from the continent into the UK

Meet our Reserve Manager

On the Essex-Suffolk border lies our Foxearth Meadows Nature Reserve (pictured right) – purchased by A Rocha UK in February 2015 It's a gloriously wildlife-rich habitat and the only reserve in the UK managed primarily for dragonflies and damselflies Reserve Manager Mark Prina (pictured below) has a wealth of conservation experience and

Accessible nature reserves

The Attenborough Nature Reserve's flooded gravel pits and islands support the region's largest heronry Most of the reserve is wheelchair-accessible including three hides parking and toilets The award-winning Nature Centre has displays a shop and cafe and you can even embark on an audio trail Shropshire Wildlife Trust

List of local nature reserves in Essex

Essex is a county in the east of England It is bounded by Suffolk and Cambridgeshire to the north Hertfordshire to the west Greater London to the south-west Kent across the River Thames to the south and the North Sea to the east It has an area of 1 420 square miles (3 700 km 2) with a coastline of 400 miles (640 km) and a population according to the 2011 census of 1 393 600

Essex Wildlife Trust Biological Records Centre

Choose a Local Wildlife Site from the drop down menu to view more details You can filter the list by selecting a Parish District and/or Management status using the filters below and clicking apply to set the filter The filtered list will appear in the drop down menu select

Seaton Marshes Local Nature Reserve

Halsdon Nature Reserve SS555125 – woodland and river From the southern entrance there is a 900m track that leads down to the river After that the reserve becomes steep and the paths rough Parking is limited to about 4 cars but you could squeeze a few more in by the road – it is a quiet road It would be OK for a minibus

List of local nature reserves in Buckinghamshire

The site became a nature reserve in 1987 It has a hay meadow woods and a pond There are over 100 species of flowers and other plants including snowdrops and lent lily a small native species of daffodil Warren Nature Reserve: 2 3 hectares (5 7 acres) Wooburn

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The Langdon Nature Reserve covers 460 acres of woodlands flower meadows and old Plotland gardens making it the Essex Wildlife Trust's largest inland nature reserve The Langdon Nature Reserve has four main areas each with its own special character These are Dunton Lincewood Marks Hill and Willow Park Dunton is where you will find most

Essex Wildlife Trust Biological Records Centre

Choose a Local Wildlife Site from the drop down menu to view more details You can filter the list by selecting a Parish District and/or Management status using the filters below and clicking apply to set the filter The filtered list will appear in the drop down menu select

The RSPB: News: Nature gets a new home in South Essex

Nature gets a new home in South Essex Last modified: 15 October 2013 Image: Eleanor Bentall Nature in South Essex has a brand new home thanks to vital support from local funders Bowers Marsh the RSPB's latest nature reserve in South Essex opens to the public this month

Ecologists explore new nature reserve

Jun 04 20154 June 2015 Comments Comments Off on Ecologists explore new nature reserve Since acquiring their own nature reserve A Rocha UK have been sending specialists to inspect the 12-acre Foxearth site A new steering group has been created consisting of a number of local people

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As well as the whole site having Local Nature Reserve status part of Rainham Dock East is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) whilst the chalk quarry is a Local Wildlife Site (formerly called Site of Nature Conservation Interest) Since cement production ceased in 1931 both areas have been taken over by nature

Local Wildlife Sites

Local Wildlife Sites are exceptional areas of land and some of our most valuable wildlife areas Local Wildlife Sites are identified and selected locally using scientifically-determined criteria and surveys They are corridors for wildlife forming key components of ecological networks The Wildlife Trusts have worked with local authorities statutory agencies landowners and other local

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Foxearth Nature Reserve becomes new Essex Local Wildlife Site Submitted by lornas on Wed 31/05/2017 - 10:12 Essex Wildlife Trust recently joined a number of other local wildlife groups at the official opening of Foxearth Nature Reserve a newly designated Local Wildlife Site in Braintree district

Frays Valley Local Nature Reserve (LNR)

The Local Nature Reserve includes the London Wildlife Trust's reserves of Fray's Farm Meadows SSSI and Denham Lock Wood SSSI plus Harefield Place Nature Reserve and several lakes Frays Farm Meadows is a wet grazing meadow that was designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest in 1981 and is managed by the London Wildlife Trust

Sunrise and sunset times in Essex Rocks Nature Reserve

Calculations of sunrise and sunset in Essex Rocks Nature Reserve – Western Australia – Australia for September 2020 Generic astronomy calculator to calculate times for sunrise sunset moonrise moonset for many cities with daylight saving time and time zones taken in account

List of local nature reserves in Buckinghamshire

The site became a nature reserve in 1987 It has a hay meadow woods and a pond There are over 100 species of flowers and other plants including snowdrops and lent lily a small native species of daffodil Warren Nature Reserve: 2 3 hectares (5 7 acres) Wooburn

The Wildlife Trusts' response to Coronavirus

Nature continues to bring many of us solace in these difficult times so do continue to take time out of your day to enjoy the wild places around you whether that be in your garden local park or nature reserve With a Wildlife Trust nature reserve within walking distance of two thirds of the population hopefully there is one near you! Also

15 Best Things to Do in Brentwood (Essex England)

May 08 2019More than a simple nature reserve Warley Place is on a former garden planted by the eminent horticulturalist Ellen Willmott (1858-1934) who cultivated more than 100 000 plant species and cultivars She also accumulated a lot of debt and eventually had to sell Warley Place The garden grew over and her house was pulled down in 1939

E007253 COUNTY RIDES PARKV3

The Langdon Nature Reserve covers 460 acres of woodlands flower meadows and old Plotland gardens making it the Essex Wildlife Trust's largest inland nature reserve The Langdon Nature Reserve has four main areas each with its own special character These are Dunton Lincewood Marks Hill and Willow Park Dunton is where you will find most

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As well as the whole site having Local Nature Reserve status part of Rainham Dock East is a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) whilst the chalk quarry is a Local Wildlife Site (formerly called Site of Nature Conservation Interest) Since cement production ceased in 1931 both areas have been taken over by nature

Essex's 20 secret islands you can visit in summer 2020

Jul 31 2020(Image: Essex Wildlife Trust) Another nature reserve owned by the Essex Wildlife Trust Two Tree Island can be found off of Leigh-on-Sea It measures 259 hectares and you can visit all year round There are some lovely walks here and you can follow

Accessible nature reserves

The Attenborough Nature Reserve's flooded gravel pits and islands support the region's largest heronry Most of the reserve is wheelchair-accessible including three hides parking and toilets The award-winning Nature Centre has displays a shop and cafe and you can even embark on an audio trail Shropshire Wildlife Trust