A small beech woodland set within the wider Therfield Heath landscape, this reserve attracts a variety of bird species.
A rare lowland meadow rich in wildflowers, set in the beautiful Chess Valley.
A fantastic woodland for bluebells and wood anemones in the spring, and diverse fungi in the autumn.
An ancient woodland which provides good opportunities to see bluebells in the spring.
One of a very few patches of surviving heathland in Hertfordshire which supports a special mix of wildlife.
A small chalk grassland reserve on the scarp slope of the north-east Chilterns with wonderful views of the surrounding landscape.
This large expanse of water is a valuable refuge for waterfowl, including blacknecked grebe.
Hobbyhorse Wood is a mixed woodland – ancient woodland has been replanted with mixed species, mainly beech, hornbeam and oak with some conifers.
Hunsdon and Eastwick Meads are two of the finest surviving wetland meadows in Hertfordshire, managed in the same way for hundreds of years, where orchids and wildflowers thrive.
One of the largest water meadows in Hertfordshire; 265 different species of wildflower and 119 bird species have been recorded here.