This may be one of our smallest reserves but with over 140 species of plants to be found it's also one of our most botanically diverse
Get close to nature
Wild open moorlands, ancient bluebell woods, wildflower meadows and wetlands ringing with birdsong, Staffordshire Wildlife Trust cares for a range of nature reserves, each one special and unique.
So what are you waiting for? Search for your nearest nature reserve below
COVID 19 Update
Our bird hides are currently open, but please can all visitors respect social distancing advice and other visitors.
One of our largest nature reserves located in the spectacular wild landscape of the Staffordshire Moorlands
One of a series of nationally important peatland sites that makes up the meres and mosses of Chesire, Staffordshire and Shropshire
A small but dramatic former limestone quarry
Not easy to find but well worth the effort for its wildflowers and unrivalled views across the Manifold Valley
A pretty reserve with ancient woodlands and flower-rich grassland, located within a secluded river valley.*When visiting Cotton Dell, please read 'parking info' on this page*
Consisting of two separate woodland blocks, George's Hayes is one of our best ancient woodland sites and best known for its native wild daffodils
Actually three parcels of land; Swineholes Wood, Black Heath and Casey Banks; all within close proximity to each other
Discover a surprise around every corner in a unique landscape formed by retreating ice sheets at the end of the last age, 10,000 years ago
One of the last known surviving inland saltmarsh in the British Isles