A fascinating array of habitats: shallow spring-fed lagoons, marsh, willow woodland, hedgerow and meadow – fantastic for winter birdwatching.
A picturesque valley of pasture and old parkland with magnificent oak, beech, ash and wild cherry trees.
This small woodland is a wildlife haven in Kings Langley, an oasis nestled behind houses.
Possibly the most varied piece of woodland in Middlesex, with fantastic wildflower displays in spring.
A mature alder and willow woodland running adjacent to the River Oughton.
An outstanding example of grass heathland, now a scarce habitat in the south east of England.
An open water reserve attracting a wide variety of bird species and other wildlife.
A large ancient flood meadow that attracts vast numbers of a wide variety of birds, as well as numerous other animals and plant life.
Springwell Reedbed is the largest reedbed in the London area. The wetland provides an important undisturbed refuge for wildlife in this built-up part of the Colne Valley.
Stanborough Lake is currently closed for public access due to the outbreak of the KHV virus, a disease that affects carp species. There is no risk to public health.