A secluded pool surrounded that provides an important refuge for wildlife
A mixture of wetland, grassland and woodland with a surprising wealth of wildlife
Water-filled former gravel diggings, now a series of secluded shady pools
Once fishing ponds for monks, now a secluded spinney
Old clay pits, now a wildlife haven
Open water, reedbeds and willows in a fenland habitat that was once a quarry
An interesting site that is a birdwatcher's dream
A wonderful stretch of rare grazing marsh and flooded gravel pits, now a hugely valuable wetland for birds and other wildlife
Central to the Nene Valley is the Nene Wetlands nature reserve, a unique one square mile of wild and man-made habitats, managed for wildlife and people.
A wetland reserve with its own distinctive habitat.