Birding sites in Nottinghamshire

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Attenborough Nature Reserve
Attenborough Nature Reserve
Situated 7 Kilometres south west of Nottingham's city centre, this nature reserve was once an area of wet grassland alongside the River Trent.....
Beckingham Marshes RSPB Reserve
Beckingham Marshes RSPB Reserve
Beckingham Marshes is a conservation project working with a local grazier to re-establish the wet grazing marsh habitat lost after World War II that lies along the River Trent floodplain between the village of Beckingham and Misterton..
Besthorpe Nature Reserve
Besthorpe Nature Reserve
Besthorpe Nature Reserve is a restored sand and gravel quarry north of Collingham on the east bank of the Trent.Breeding cormorant,reed warbler, little-ringed plover.....
Clumber Park
Clumber Park
Clumber Park is over 3,800 acres (15 km²) in extent, including woods, open heath and rolling farmland. It contains the longest double avenue of lime trees in Europe. The mature trees and dead and decaying ancient trees provide good habitats for woodpeckers and all three species can be found here.
Colwick Country Park
Colwick Country Park
Colwick Country Park is a large, diverse area of water, woodland and meadows owned by Nottingham City Council.Is is nationally important for its population of wildfowl that are present during the winter....
Bunny Old Wood (West)
Bunny Old Wood (West)
Bunny Old Wood is one of the oldest natural features of the South Nottinghamshire landscape - the north-facing slope is likely to have been tree-covered for over 10,000 years.All three woodpeckers and other woodland birds....
Idle Valley Nature Reserve
Idle Valley Nature Reserve
One of the top birding sites in the UK, making this reserve a site of national importance.Breeding turtle dove and a list of rarities that would rival any birdwatching location ....
Langford Lowfields
Langford Lowfields
Langford Lowfields is now one of the largest reedbeds in the East Midlands, with breeding avocet, little-ringed plover, reed warbler and a list in excess of 190 species recorded.....
Sherwood Forest NNR
Sherwood Forest NNR
Once part of the 10,000 acre Royal Forest of Sherwood, the woodland is dominated by native oaks and other native trees such as silver birch, rowan, holly and hawthorn.Budby South Forest,(RSPB) in the northern half of the site, is dominated by ling heather and supports a diverse range of insects and ground nesting birds such as woodlark , nightjar and tree pipit...
Wollaton Park
Wollaton Park
Wollaton Park is a deer park and home of Wollaton Hall, Nottingham Natural History Museum and Nottingham Industrial Museum in the heart of Nottingham.All three woodpeckers are present including lesser-spotted. Other notable species present at the site are populations of jay, nuthatch and sparrowhawk....
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Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust ReservesNottinghamshire Wildlife Trust Reserves
Map with 47 reserves.All the listed reserves have a special fact sheet. Reserves are also shown by a dot on the map. If you place your pointer over the dots, the pointer will turn into a finger. By clicking over the dot you can open the relevant file. Please note that as many of these contain detailed maps, they may take a few seconds to open. Click here for details of the Trust's reserves

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