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Idle Valley

Idle Valley This spectacular wetland site covers an area of 450 hectares following the River Idle northwards. The size of 600 football pitches, it is one of the largest sites for nature conservation in the East Midlands. The acquisition of the site is supported by a grant from the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund. Idle Valley is also the base for our Recovery project.

Plan Your Visit

We welcome your visit to the reserve and centre. If you are a large walking group or organised group please contact us so we can discuss your interests, needs and if necessary your seating arrangements in the centre's café for refreshment. We have lots for families to do here, so please pick up activity sheets, hire a discovery pack, make dens in our wildlife play area or take part in our regular wild tots, wild kids and woodland workshops which are all featured in the events diary.

Wildlife Photography with Jack Perks

Wildlife Photography Workshop with Jack Perks - Nature Photo Walk. Taking place on Sunday 1st May. Please follow this link for information and tickets.

High Profile Lecture Series

This autumn & winter, the Idle Valley Rural Learning Centre hosted a series of talks and presentations by high profile speakers.

The series kicked off with a sell out event in October with a talk by George Monbiot. Watch the full lecture given by George Monbiot at Idle Valley Nature Reserve by following this link.

The series continued with an excellent Christmas lecture by Mark Avery, a very successful and entertaining packed house lecture by Mike Dilger and a very enjoyable and informative talk on the badger by Patrick Barkham

Watch this space for the next of our high profile lectures.

 
 
 

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Idle Valley

Idle Valley Nature Reserve is part of the Idle Valley Project area, managed by Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust - a beautiful 450 hectare network of lakes, wetland, grassland and scrub. The reserve includes the 300 hectare nationally designated Sutton and Lound Site of Special Scientific Interest (SSSI) – one of the largest in the county. 

Membership
helps us maintain the site for the benefit of both people and wildlife. Donations are also vital to help support our work, so please consider making a one off donation by texting NWTR01 £10 to 70070. [Feel free to vary the cash figure after the £sign.]

This extensive nature reserve is home to a diverse range of wildlife and is recognised as one of the richest birding sites in the region. Look out for birds such as gadwall and little grebe in winter, and breeding wading birds including little ringed plover and redshank in spring and summer.

The Wildlife Trust looks after Idle Valley, maintaining existing habitats and developing new ones. We focus on providing the visiting public and groups with as many opportunities as possible, for studying, viewing and enjoying wildlife.  The Idle Valley Rural Learning Centre is a high quality educational facility based at the south end of the site and is a venue for a range of training courses and events.

High Profile Lecture Series

This autumn & winter, the Idle Valley Rural Learning Centre will host a series of talks and presentations by high profile speakers.

The series kicked off with a sell out event in October with a talk by George Monbiot. Watch the full lecture given by George Monbiot at Idle Valley Nature Reserve by following this link.

The series continued with an excellent Christmas lecture by Mark Avery, and a very successful and entertaining packed house lecture by Mike Dilger.

Our upcoming lectures are :

The badger - Hero or villain? by Patrick Barkham, taking place on Friday 4th March. Please follow this link for information and tickets.

 

 

Idle Valley Rural Learning Centre,
North Road (A638),
Retford,
Nottinghamshire
DN22 8RQ
For satellite navigation please use the postcode DN22 8SG
Tel: 01777 713 945

 

 

 

Facilities

The Rural Learning Centre is open from 10am - 4pm 7 days a week, including Cafe and Wildlife Trust Shop

Reserve Walks

Visitors to Idle Valley are invited to enjoy the many footpaths and bridleways, together with five viewing screens and a viewing platform.  Our Lake Bellmoor walk is wheelchair accessable with the use of Radar NKS keys. There are four designated walks of varying lengths (click ‘Factsheets’ to download reserve map), so whether you would like a quick stroll or a longer hike, there’s something to suit everyone.

For the children we have the following :

1) A bronze rubbing trail around the site.

2) An natural outdoor PLAY SPACE to explore, which includes a picnic area, a musical bridge and various sculptures to enjoy, designed and built by local community groups. 

3) DISCOVERY PACKS to hire for £1.50 per day.  The Discovery packs have monthly themes and come complete with everything you need to explore the site (including binoculars) (click factsheets for more information). 

The Centre, which is open 7 days a week, includes a reception desk for information, enquiries, membership, activities and course bookings. There is also a  fully equipped viewing area with scopes and binoculars.  The WILDLIFE TRUST SHOP  stocks bird feeders, bird seed, ID guides, firewood, hedgehog food, Opticron binoculars and a wide range of gifts.

Situated within the heart of our stunning nature reserve, the IDLE VALLEY CAFE offers fantasic views within a beautiful setting. Why not check out our menu or catering options for conferences. All purchases support Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust and local wildlife.

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is committed to trading with local suppliers and selecting organic and healthy produce whenever possible. Most of our hot beverages use FAIRTRADE ingredients and organic milk. This means you can enjoy your refreshments in the knowledge that your purchases are supporting local business, sustainable production methods and a healthier lifestyle. Your support helps our local community in many different ways and also helps us to protect wildlife for the future.

Opening times

RESERVE

During the summer months the Reserve is open for walking from 9am to 7pm. During Autmun and winter months the Reserve is open for walking from 9am to 4pm

THE RURAL LEARNING CENTRE, INCLUDING CAFE & WILDLIFE TRUST SHOP

Open 7 days a week, 10am - 4pm. Only closed Christmas Day & Boxing Day.

The Wildlife Trust Shop stocks bird feeders, bird seed, ID guides, firewood logs, hedgehog food, Opticron binoculars and a wide range of gifts.

For bulk bird seed purchases in advance – call 01777 713945

All opening hours are subject to change.

 

 

Events at Idle Valley

Idle Valley – Wildlife Holiday Drop-in

Friday 6th May 2016

An active outdoor session, great for any wild child who enjoys exploring nature. £4 per child. Drop in 11am – 12 noon, 1 – 2pm.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Dawn Chorus at Idle Valley

Sunday 8th May 2016

Come along to experience the sights and sounds of Idle Valley Nature Reserve at dawn with our local bird experts (from Lound Bird Club) as we walk around to hear the magnificent birdsong, followed by light refreshments at the Centre. 5.30 – 8.30am, £10.00 per person including teas, fresh coffee and pastries/toast. Booking is essential.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Wild Kids Idle Valley

Sunday 8th May 2016

An active outdoor session great for any wild child who enjoys exploring nature. This month is all about reptiles and amphibians. For children aged 5 and above, who must be accompanied by an adult.  Booking essential. 11am - 12 noon or 1 - 2pm. £4 per child. Don’t forget your wellies!
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Reptiles and Amphibians Weekend

Saturday 14th May 2016

Come along to Idle Valley and find out more about the reptiles and amphibians found on the reserve. Drop-in activities and displays suitable for all ages. Also on 15th May. 11am – 3pm each day.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Idle Valley Bird Walk

Sunday 15th May 2016

Join local bird enthusiasts for a walk around Idle Valley Nature Reserve. 9.30 – 11.30am. Please bring your binoculars and walking boots. Donation welcome.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Wild Tots Idle Valley

Wednesday 25th May 2016

A fun and wildlife-inspired parent and toddler session at the Idle Valley Reserve offering bite-sized activities for children aged 2 to 4 and their families. 10.30 - 11.30am. £4 for each child who must be accompanied by an adult. Booking essential. Don’t forget to bring your wellies!
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Idle Valley Holiday Club – Woodland Workshop

Thursday 2nd June 2016

Make fires, build shelters, get crafty and creative with what wildlife has to offer! Come rain or shine this session is guaranteed so bring suitable clothing for getting wild! £10 per child (8-14yrs). 10.30am – 2.30pm, booking essential.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Idle Valley Holiday Club – Family Drop-In

Friday 3rd June 2016

An active outdoor session, great for any wild child who enjoys exploring nature. 10.30am – 2.30pm, £4 per child. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Wildlife Photography – Macro & Wild Flowers

Sunday 5th June 2016

Learn about getting up close with the small species and how to master a shallow depth of field. Delivered by professional wildlife photographer Jack Perks, this session will offer a fantastic range of top tips and creative ideas to help you capture the perfect image! 10am - 12noon, £20 per person. Booking essential.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Beetles and Shield Bugs Weekend

Saturday 11th June 2016

Come along to Idle Valley and find out more about these fascinating creepy crawlies that can be found on the reserve. Drop-in activities and displays suitable for all ages. Continues on 12 June. 11am – 3pm each day.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Wild Kids Idle Valley

Sunday 12th June 2016

An active outdoor session great for any wild child who enjoys exploring nature. For children aged 5 and above, who must be accompanied by an adult. This month is all about meadow wildlife. Booking essential. 11am - 12 noon or 1 - 2pm. £4 per child. Don’t forget your wellies!
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Wild Flower Identification at Idle Valley Nature Reserve

Saturday 18th June 2016

An introduction to meadow wildflowers. Learn how to identify the beautiful wild flowers of Idle Valley with our experts. 10am – 4pm and includes refreshments and lunch. £35 per person, booking essential.
Contact: Attenborough Nature Centre 0115 972 1777


Den-building with Dad

Sunday 19th June 2016

It’s Fathers’ Day so why not visit Idle Valley for some fun with Dad? Pick up a free den-building instruction sheet (dads love instructions!) and try some great den designs.  You can find our den-building area by walking through the willow tunnel near the Centre. Suitable for all ages of fathers and their kids, and look out for our Fathers’ Day specials in the cafe.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Idle Valley Bird Walk

Sunday 19th June 2016

Join local bird enthusiasts for a walk around Idle Valley Nature Reserve. 9.30 – 11.30am. Please bring your binoculars and walking boots. Donation welcome.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Wild Tots Idle Valley

Wednesday 22nd June 2016

A fun and wildlife-inspired parent and toddler session at the Idle Valley Reserve offering bite-sized activities for children aged 2 to 4 and their families. 10.30 - 11.30am. £4 for each child who must be accompanied by an adult. Booking essential. Don’t forget to bring your wellies!
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Wildlife Photography – Butterflies & Dragonflies

Sunday 3rd July 2016

The Idle Valley Reserve has a huge array of butterflies and dragonflies - join us to discover the best ways to get up close and capture the perfect image!. Delivered by professional wildlife photographer Jack Perks. 10am - 12noon, £20 per person. Booking essential.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Butterflies and Moths Weekend

Saturday 9th July 2016

Come along to Idle Valley and find out more about these beautiful creatures that can be found on the reserve. Drop-in activities and displays suitable for all ages. Continues 10 July. 11am – 3pm each day.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Wild Kids Idle Valley

Sunday 10th July 2016

An active outdoor session great for any wild child who enjoys exploring nature. For children aged 5 and above, who must be accompanied by an adult. Booking essential. 11am - 12 noon or 1 - 2pm. £4 per child. Don’t forget your wellies!
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Spot It! ID It!

Sunday 17th July 2016

Join our wildlife enthusiasts to spot as many wildlife species as you can, ranging from dragonflies to trees and birds to slugs. A great day for all interests and ages. 10am – 4pm, free of charge. In partnership with the National Conchological Society of UK and Ireland.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Idle Valley Bird Walk

Sunday 17th July 2016

Join local bird enthusiasts for a walk around Idle Valley Nature Reserve. 9.30 – 11.30am. Please bring your binoculars and walking boots. Donation welcome.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Wild Tots Idle Valley

Wednesday 27th July 2016

A fun and wildlife-inspired parent and toddler session at the Idle Valley Reserve offering bite-sized activities for children aged 2 to 4 and their families. 10.30 - 11.30am. £4 for each child who must be accompanied by an adult. Booking essential. Don’t forget to bring your wellies!
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Idle Valley Holiday Club – Woodland Workshop

Friday 29th July 2016

Make fires, build shelters, get crafty and creative with what wildlife has to offer! Come rain or shine this session is guaranteed so bring suitable clothing for getting wild! £10 per child (8 - 14 yrs.) 10.30am – 2.30pm, booking essential.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Idle Valley Holiday Club – Woodland Workshop

Thursday 4th August 2016

Make fires, build shelters, get crafty and creative with what wildlife has to offer! Come rain or shine this session is guaranteed so bring suitable clothing for getting wild! £10 per child (8 - 14 yrs.) 10.30am – 2.30pm, booking essential.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Idle Valley Holiday Club – Family Drop-in

Friday 5th August 2016

An active outdoor session, great for any wild child who enjoys exploring nature. 10.30am – 2.30pm, £4 per child. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Wildlife Photography – Reptiles & Amphibians

Sunday 7th August 2016

Idle Valley’s wetlands and ponds are home to many amphibians such as toads, frogs and newts which attract predators such as grass snakes. Come along for a chance to photograph these species. Delivered by professional wildlife photographer Jack Perks, this session will offer a fantastic range of top tips and creative ideas to help you capture the perfect image! 10am – 12 noon, £20 per person. Booking essential.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Idle Valley Holiday Club – Woodland Workshop

Thursday 11th August 2016

Make fires, build shelters, get crafty and creative with what wildlife has to offer! Come rain or shine this session is guaranteed so bring suitable clothing for getting wild! £10 per child (8 - 14 yrs.) 10.30am – 2.30pm, booking essential.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Idle Valley Holiday Club – Family Drop-in

Friday 12th August 2016

An active outdoor session, great for any wild child who enjoys exploring nature. 10.30am – 2.30pm, £4 per child. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Dragonflies Weekend

Saturday 13th August 2016

Come along to Idle Valley and find out more about these beautiful creatures that can be found around the reserve. Drop-in activities and displays suitable for all ages. Continues on 14 August. 11am – 3pm each day.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Wild Kids Idle Valley

Sunday 14th August 2016

An active outdoor session great for any wild child who enjoys exploring nature. For children aged 5 and above, who must be accompanied by an adult. Booking essential. 11am - 12 noon or 1 - 2pm. £4 per child. Don’t forget your wellies!
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Idle Valley Holiday Club – Woodland Workshop

Thursday 18th August 2016

Make fires, build shelters, get crafty and creative with what wildlife has to offer! Come rain or shine this session is guaranteed so bring suitable clothing for getting wild! £10 per child (8 - 14 yrs.) 10.30am – 2.30pm, booking essential.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Idle Valley Holiday Club – Family Drop-in

Friday 19th August 2016

An active outdoor session, great for any wild child who enjoys exploring nature. 10.30am – 2.30pm, £4 per child. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Idle Valley Bird Walk

Sunday 21st August 2016

Join local bird enthusiasts for a walk around Idle Valley Nature Reserve. 9.30 – 11.30am. Please bring your binoculars and walking boots. Donation welcome.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Wild Tots Idle Valley

Wednesday 24th August 2016

A fun and wildlife-inspired parent and toddler session at the Idle Valley Reserve offering bite-sized activities for children aged 2 to 4 and their families. 10.30 - 11.30am. £4 for each child who must be accompanied by an adult. Booking essential. Don’t forget to bring your wellies!
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Idle Valley Holiday Club – Woodland Workshop

Thursday 25th August 2016

Make fires, build shelters, get crafty and creative with what wildlife has to offer! Come rain or shine this session is guaranteed so bring suitable clothing for getting wild! £10 per child (8 - 14 yrs.) 10.30am – 2.30pm, booking essential.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


Idle Valley Holiday Club – Family Drop-in

Friday 26th August 2016

An active outdoor session, great for any wild child who enjoys exploring nature. 10.30am – 2.30pm, £4 per child. All children must be accompanied by an adult.
Contact: Rural Learning Centre 01777 713 941


News from Idle Valley

Brewery re-launches special Idle Valley ‘Reserve’ Ale

Friday 22nd April 2016

Brewery re-launches special ‘Reserve’ Ale to highlight Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust’s largest nature reserve.

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Springtime is here at the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

Thursday 24th March 2016

Shake off those winter cobwebs and get back to nature this April with the Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust. There is a packed schedule of events with a variety of activities suitable for the whole family and wildlife lovers of all ages and interests are encouraged to get involved and try something different.

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Celebrating 50th Anniversary of wildlife charities special meeting

Friday 11th March 2016

Celebrating 50th Anniversary of wildlife charities special meeting – leading to the formation of county-wide network of local groups.

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Hero or Villian? Ambitious lecture series set for fascinating finale with topical badger discussion

Monday 22nd February 2016

Our ambitious lecture series is set for a fascinating finale with a topical event focused on badgers by Guardian journalist Patrick Barkham.

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Children’s Wildlife Drawing Competition Launched

Tuesday 16th February 2016

As part of The Wildlife Trusts’ national ‘every child wild’ campaign, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust is delighted to launch an exciting drawing competition for children at the Idle Valley Rural Learning Centre, near Retford.

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Don’t let the kids drive you wild this half-term

Monday 8th February 2016

If you’re not sure what to do with the kids at half-term, Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust has a packed programme of events at its Idle Valley Nature Reserve meaning you can have a great day out on your doorstep.

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Players of People’s Postcode set to support new woodland workshop programme

Monday 18th January 2016

Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust, the county’s largest locally based conservation charity, has welcomed the support of players of People’s Postcode Lottery for an ambitious education programme which will help to connect children and families with the natural world…..

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Wildlife Trust Wetland Wildlife Weekend

Thursday 19th November 2015

This weekend, Saturday 21st & Sunday 22nd November 2015 is the Wildlife Trusts Wetland Wildlife Weekend.

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Wildlife Trust gearing up for biggest event of the year at Idle Valley

Tuesday 29th September 2015

Staff and volunteers at Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust are preparing for the largest event of the year at the Idle Valley Nature Reserve. This year’s Autumn Festival will be bigger and better than evenr and will be a celebration of local wildlife and the season.

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High profile environmental campaigner and writer to visit Idle Valley

Tuesday 29th September 2015

Writer and environmental campaigner George Monbiot will visit Idle Valley Nature Reserve next month ahead of a sell-out lecture on the subject or Re-wilding…..

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High profile lecture series set to put charity’s largest site at Idle Valley on the map

Wednesday 5th August 2015

Wildlife Trust to welcome high profile speakers to its Idle Valley Nature Reserve, including George Monbiot (pictured).

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Recovery - Idle Valley Needs Your Votes!

Thursday 7th May 2015

The Recovery ecotherapy project based at Idle Valley Nature Reserve is an award-winning therapeutic conservation and horticultural service for people in Bassetlaw experiencing mental health problems, which was initially funded by Ecominds, a partnership between Mind and the Big Lottery Fund. The project now needs more funds to continue.

Recovery has been successful in being included in the Aviva Community Fund but it needs your help by voting. The more votes the project gets the better as the top few will then be put forward to a final panel of judges to award the £10,000.

All you need to do is go to https://community-fund.aviva.co.uk/voting/project/view/1220/ and register your email to gain 10 votes to use.

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Fact-sheets for Idle Valley

Idle Valley Full Reserve Map

Idle Valley Full Reserve Map

Click to download the Idle Valley Nature Reserve visitor map. There are a network of colour coded routes on site. If you would like more information on where to walk please either give us a call or pop into the centre when you arrive. The yellow route is suitable for pushchairs.

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Idle Valley Centre Walks Map

Idle Valley Centre Walks Map

Click to download the Idle Valley Nature Reserve lake map for shorter walks around the reserve. If you would like more information on where to walk please either give us a call or pop into the centre when you arrive.

Download Factsheet

 
Dog Walkers Map

Dog Walkers Map

We welcome dogs at Idle Valley please consult this map to see where we allow dogs off leads and under control.

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Discovery Packs

Discovery Packs

Find out more about with our discovery rucksacks - available to hire from the centre

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Public transport links

Public transport links

How to access the Idle Valley using public transport

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Wild Birthday Parties

Wild Birthday Parties

Fun filled birthday parties for children aged 4 - 11 years old.

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SCHOOLS Education opportunities in North Nottinghamshire

SCHOOLS Education opportunities in North Nottinghamshire

Passionate about outdoor learning - we aim to provide high quality programmes for all that are local affordable and hands on.

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Lectures and Talks 2015/16

Lectures and Talks 2015/16

This autumn & winter, the Idle Valley Rural Learning Centre will host a series of talks and presentations by high profile speakers. Our very popular Christmas lecture will be given by MARK AVERY on Friday 11th December.

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Video

Idle Valley Living Landscape

Idle Valley Nature Reserve is a picturesque wetland haven, near Retford in Nottinghamshire. This short video captures its beauty, telling the story of how much this reserve plays a part in joining the dots for wildlife in the surrounding area and how it forms an important Living Landscape.
With thanks to Nick Kirk at Moving Stories for the video www.moving-stories.co.uk
and also to Ann Biddle for the…

Watch the full clip on YouTube

 

Kids go wild!

A video featuring our recent Kids Go Wild Event at Idle Valley Nature Reserve. Just one of our many family events throughout the year, across the county run my Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust

For more events run by Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust please click the link below

www.nottinghamshirewildlife.org/events

Watch the full clip on YouTube

 

Starlings Flocking Neatholme Lane Idle Valley 15/11/12

Starling murmuration at Idle Valley Nature Reserve

A Murmuration is a gathering of large flocks of Starlings. They start to get together at Dusk during Autum in their roosting sites and fly together creating amazing swirling patterns.  The reason they get together is because there is safety in numbers, particularily from birds of prey such as Falcons. A large group means its also easier to keep warm during Winter and…

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Idle Valley Nature Reserve Wildlife Video

A special trip camera set up at Idle Valley Nature Reserve to record what species visited one spot of the reserve over 1 week…look how many different creatures shared that spot!
European Badger (Meles meles)
Common Pheasant female (Phasianus colchicus)
Reed Bunting ( Emberiza schoeniclus)
European Rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus)
Red Legged Partridge (Alectoris rufa)
Red Fox (Vulpes vulpes)

Visit http://www.nottinghamshirewildlife.org/ for more information on…

Watch the full clip on YouTube

 

Idle Valley Wins Prestigious Award

Tarmac have awarded Bellmoor & Lound Gravel Pits the 2011 Cooper Heyman Award. This restored quarry now forms part of Nottinghamshire Wildlife Trust’s Idle Valley Nature Reserve. The award recognises the hard work that has been done to restore this area for the benefit of wildlife. Idle Valley is now a thriving Nature Reserve - one of the best places for birding in the county, and a great place to…

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