Local Nature Reserves

Local Nature Reserves are declared under section 21 of the National Parks and Access to the Countryside Act 1949 by local authorities. There are now over 1,280 Local Nature Reserves in England, which in total cover almost 40,000 hectares. [1]

 

BIRMINGHAM

 

  1. Balaam’s Wood - link1 link2 link3
  2. Bromwich Wood - link1 link2
  3. Edgbaston Reservoir - link1
  4. Hill Hook - link1
  5. Kings Norton - link1
  6. Moseley Bog - link1
  7. Plants Brook Reservoirs - link1
  8. Project Kingfisher, Cole Valley - link1
  9. Rubery Cutting/Leach Green Quarries - link1
  10. Woodgate Valley - link1

 

 

DUDLEY

 

  1. Barrow Hill - link1
  2. Buckpool and Fens Pools - link1
  3. Bumble Hole - link1
  4. Cotwall End - link1
  5. Saltwells - link1
  6. Tenterfields - link1
  7. Wren's Nest - link1

 

SANDWELL

 

  1. Codsall Coppice - link1
  2. Forge Mill Lake, Sandwell Valley (RSPB) - link1
  3. Gorse Farm Wood - link1
  4. Land south of High Haden
  5. Holly Wood - link1
  6. Mousesweet Brook - link1
  7. Priory Woods, Sandwell Valley - link1
  8. Sheepfold Close/Brickhouse Road
  9. Sheepwash - link1
  10. Sot's Hole and Bluebell Woods, Sandwell Valley - link1
  11. Thimblemill Brook 
  12. Warrens Hall Farm - link1

 

WALSALL

 

  1. Barr Beacon 
  2. Cuckoo's Nook and The Dingle - link1
  3. Waddens Brook (Fibbersley) - link1
  4. Hay Head Wood - link1
  5. Merrion's Wood - link1
  6. Mill Lane - link1
  7. Moorcroft Wood - link1
  8. Park Lime Pits - link1
  9. Pelsall North Common - link1
  10. Pinfold Lane Quarry
  11. Rough Wood Chase - link1
  12. Shire Oak Park - link1

 


WOLVERHAMPTON

 

  1. Smestow Valley - link1

 

 

http://www.defra.gov.uk/wildlife-countryside/protected-areas/local-nature-reserves.htm