Places to see birds

Goosander on water

Moor Green Lakes is a result of restoration of an area from which gravel has been extracted from the Blackwater Valley over many years. The site is of local importance for wintering wildfowl. More...

Reed warbler singing in reedbed

Fleet Pond is a local nature reserve with a mixture of habitats. It can be reached via the narrow Bramshot Bridge over the railway line from the A3013 Cove Road. More...

Nightjar on ground among heather

RSPB Farnham Heath reserve is part of the Surrey Hills Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Once a conifer plantation, it has since been transformed into heathland with views across the Weald. More...

Male redstart perched on branch

Thursley National Nature Reserve is one of the largest remaining areas of heathland in Surrey. The reserve has extensive areas of open dry heathland, peat bogs, pine and deciduous woodlands. More...

Male lapwing in breeding habitat

Tice's Meadow is a newly developed nature reserve on the site of the former Farnham Quarry, located between Badshot Lea and Tongham in Surrey, on the southern outskirts of Aldershot, Hampshire. More...