Animals and Nature

Green Planet: Skip The Line

Tickets for Green Planet: Skip the Line What’s Included Access to The Green Planet Skip The Line Where do you expect to find a tropical rainforest in the desert… in Dubai, of course! Kept at a constant temperature of between 25-28 degrees Celsius, The Green Planet in Dubai is home to over 3000 species of …

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Dubai Miracle Garden

Tickets for Dubai Miracle Garden What’s Included Entrance Ticket to the venue (1 hour) Come and see the incredible floral displays and the longest wall of flowers ever made (it is Dubai)! The Dubai Miracle Garden has hundreds of thousands of flowers on display for you to view and enjoy inside an incredible 72,000 square-metre …

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RHS Garden Bridgewater

Tickets for RHS Garden Bridgewater. RHS Bridgewater, the incredible 154 acres of land that have been transformed in the the amazingly beautiful landscaped gardens located next to Salford’s historical Bridgewater Canal. Still an evolving project which is being helped by world-class and award winning designers and the local community. You can come and lose yourself in …

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Wrabness Nature Reserve

Towards the end of April, the first rare Turtle Doves can be heard ?turring? in the dense shrubbery while into May the Nightingale?s beautiful serenading song can be heard loud and clear. Barn Owls and the occasional Short-eared Owl are often spotted soaring overhead, searching for prey amongst the short grass. Jacques Bay is filled …

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Wood Lane Nature Reserve

One of the best bird-watching sites in Shropshire, Wood Lane Nature Reserve has been developed in recent years on worked-out industrial land, Tudor Griffiths Group?s old sand and gravel workings near Ellesmere. Several large lagoons with islands and surrounding wetland make up the reserve, which is surrounded here by a working landscape with mountainous heaps …

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Wheldrake Ings Nature Reserve

For centuries Wheldrake Ings, at the heart of the Lower Derwent Valley Living Landscape, has been managed in a traditional way, which means you can still see habitats that have been here for centuries. Spring is a time of vibrant growth on the Ings. As winter floodwaters recede the rich meadows begin to grow plants …

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Ulverscroft Nature Reserve

Reserve in the care of the Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust Part of the ancient forest of Charnwood, Ulverscroft is especially beautiful during the spring bluebell season. Includes heathland and woodland habitats. Please note:?access to Ulverscroft is by permit only from the Leicestershire and Rutland Wildlife Trust. Please call 0116 262 9968 for more information …

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Warton Crag Local Nature Reserve

Rising dramatically above Morecambe Bay, Warton Crag marries stunning habitats that have seen the reserve become part of a network of nationally important wildlife conservation sites. Limestone grassland, limestone pavement and ancient semi-natural woodland boast thin, free-draining soils and rugged, rocky outcrops that support an extra special array of species. Bird?s-foot trefoil, horseshoe vetch and …

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Watermeads Nature Reserve

Watermeads is a National Trust nature reserve along the River Wandle, opened to the public in May 2015 having been hidden behind locked gates for 100 years. National Trust founder Octavia Hill and her sister Miranda personally started the appeal to save Watermeads. The 11 acre site has recently had new paths, bridges and a …

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Teesmouth National Nature Reserve

Teesmouth is a National Nature Reserve with a difference, it is surrounded by one of the largest concentrations of heavy industry in Britain. The reserve covers 350 hectares in two sections separated by Hartlepool Power Station. North Gare lies to the north?and Seal Sands to the south. At any time of the year, interesting birds …

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Testwood Lakes Nature Reserve

Please be aware that there is blue-green algae?in the water at Testwood Lakes nature reserve at the moment. Please do not swim or let your dog swim in the water. Blue-green algae can pose a serious health risk through both ingestion and inhalation. Testwood Lakes is a wonderful nature reserve to visit with the family. …

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The Chase Nature Reserve

The Chase is a nature reserve in Dagenham in London. Most of it is in the London Borough of Barking and Dagenham, with a small part in Havering. It is owned by the boroughs, and managed by London Borough of Barking & Dagenham – Parks & Countryside Ranger Service. The boroughs have designated the sections …

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Staveley Nature Reserve

Staveley Nature Reserve, part of a larger area known as Staveley Carrs, has been renowned for rare plants for centuries. Today, this large, accessible site has been sculpted through quarrying activities followed by decades of work by Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and dedicated volunteers. The site is in two parts: the East Lagoon edged with vegetation …

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Stiperstones National Nature Reserve

National Nature Reserves are our finest biological and geological sites. Most are open year round and free to visit. Enjoy exploring them. The Stiperstones NNR includes the major part of the Stiperstones ridge in south Shropshire, near the Welsh border. This is a wild and atmospheric landscape, with a geology of national significance. The Ordovician …

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Stodmarsh National Nature Reserve

Stodmarsh National Nature Reserve lies in the valley of the Great Stour river, between Westbere and Grove Ferry, in the county of Kent, and forms part of the extensive Stodmarsh SSSI area that includes the adjacent Westbere Marshes. The reserve consists of a number of different habitats that are important for wildlife: – A large …

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Shirebrook Valley Nature Reserve

The Local Nature Reserve was designated in 1999 and extends over an area of approximately 100 hectares. Visitors’ centre It is based around the former site of the Coisley Hill Sewage Works which closed in the early 1990s. The manager’s office has been converted into a visitors’ centre. The reserve includes Beighton Marsh, an area …

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Saltwells Local Nature Reserve

At the heart of the nature reserve stands Saltwells Wood.? It became part of Lord Dudley’s Saltwells Estate after the enclosure of Pensnett Chase in 1785. At the time, wood was in high demand, especially for charcoal for the budding iron industry, so the area was planted with trees. During at least the 19th century, …

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Rimac Nature Reserve

The larger part, 556 hectares, is a statutory National Nature Reserve managed by Natural England. Approximately 38 hectares (95 acres) are managed by the Trust on a licence agreement with the Ministry of Defence. Another 4 hectares (9.8 acres) are leased from Lincolnshire County Council, and the Trust owns about 3 hectares (7.5 acres) comprising …

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Roudsea Wood and Mosses National Nature Reserve

Roudsea Wood and Mosses?NNR?is a complex site comprising four main habitats: coastal saltmarsh, acid woodland, limestone woodland and lowland raised mire; plus the transitional zones between these habitats. Main habitats: woodland, peatland Roudsea offers a plethora of wildlife-spotting opportunities in peaceful and inspiring surroundings. Over 500 plant and 280 fungi species are found in the …

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Rowhill Nature Reserve

Rowhill Nature Reserve?covers 55 acres on the Aldershot-Farnham border and was once part of a private estate that produced timber and bricks. Signs of both of these old industries are still in evidence. It?has mostly mixed deciduous woodland and working coppice and is also the source of the River Blackwater. As well as the deciduous …

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