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Extensive reed beds, open water and scrapes at the mouth of the River Wey that always has something of interest to offer.


A large estate on the south side of Poole harbour which is mainly coniferous plantation.


Site of an Iron Age settlement at Ringmoor which is now managed by the National Trust. 


A large area that encompasses the downs overlooking Ringstead Bay down to the shingle beach via the Burning Cliff. 


A small area of riverside meadow along the River Stour.


A favourite wintering place for waders and wildfowl as well as a good site for flowers and insects in summer.


Ryewater Farm is a 38-acre nature reserve, which has been designated as a Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) and a candidate Special Area of Conservation in recognition of its importance for wildlife. The reserve was acquired by Plantlife in 1997 and is well overdue a visit from me!


Unvisited Sites: 

Here are some other sites of natural interest in the county that, as yet, I have been unable to visit but hope to at some point soon.

Site Name (click to view) Notes
Redhill Common Local Nature Reserve

A small grassy site influenced by local heathland in Bournemouth