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Nature reserves

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Visit the Natural England website to learn more about local nature reserves.

View details of nature reserves managed by Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust.

See nature sites managed by Nottingham City Council.

Photo of Rotary Wood.

Local Nature Reserves (LNRs) are sites that are important for both people and wildlife. They contain natural features that are special within the local context and provide opportunities for environmental education or research and the simple enjoyment of nature by local communities. The special natural features usually relate to wildlife conservation or geology.

The preservation of the special features, normally active habitat management, and input by the local community is greatly valued. Often 'Friends of' groups undertake voluntary tasks on a particular site, giving you a chance to do your bit. Alternatively you can just use your nearest LNR to visit and enjoy nature close to your home.

The Council currently owns and manages seven Local Nature Reserves. These are:


Contact us:

For more information about the county's nature reserves, you can contact us by:

Post:
Country Parks and Conservation Service
Nottinghamshire County Council
Trent Bridge House
Fox Road
West Bridgford
Nottingham
NG2 6BJ

Telephone: 0300 500 80 80

Email: conservation.en@nottscc.gov.uk

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