Leighton Moss is the largest reedbed in North West England and home to a variety of wildlife including otters, deer, and a wide range of bird species. In autumn, migrating birds can often be seen.
This ancient Caledonian pine forest is rich in biodiversity. In autumn, it comes alive with red squirrels, deer, and a diverse bird population.
The New Forest is a unique area of woodland, heathland, and grassland. The Autumn Watch Trail provides an opportunity to see deer, ponies, and a variety of bird species.
Dartmoor is known for its rugged landscapes and diverse wildlife. In autumn, you can see a variety of bird species, as well as deer and wild ponies.
Loch Garten is famous for its ospreys, but in autumn, it's also a great place to see red squirrels, pine martens, and a variety of birdlife.
Brownsea Island is a haven for wildlife, including red squirrels, deer, and a variety of bird species. In autumn, you can witness the changing colors of the woodland.
Known for its stunning scenery, Glen Affric is also a hotspot for wildlife. In autumn, the ancient Caledonian pine forest is a haven for deer, red squirrels, and a range of bird species.
This wetland nature reserve is a haven for birdwatchers, especially in the autumn when migratory birds pass through. It's also a great place to see other wildlife like otters and water voles.