|61||Southerham Sussex Wildlife Trust Reserve||
Picturesque rolling downland with chalk grassland flowers and butterflies, set in a working livestock farm as part of the wider Lewes Downs area.
|62||Daffern's Wood LNR||
A newly designated Local Nature Reserve in Arley, North Warwickshire. Most of the reserve is ancient woodland but it includes some grassland with surrounding scrub.
|63||] Georgie W-S garden||
Old farm with orchard, field etc.
|64||Seb Buckton's garden||
Back and front gardens in Stroud, Gloucestershire. Moth trap regularly, bird feeders, pond and good views over Stroud.
List includes anything I can see and identify in, from or over my garden.
|65||Selwyns Wood Sussex Wildlife Trust Reserve||
A mixture of woodland types with heathy glades and streams in East Sussex.
|66||Harry Witts's Garden, Cottingham, E Yorks||
Bang average small suburban garden. Bucket pond, regular actinic moth trap. Birds includes seen/heard from the garden/house.
|67||Beacon Hill LNR||This is one of Brighton & Hove's Nature Reserves in Rottingdean, Sussex. It is mainly chalk grassland very close to the nearby cliffs. There is woodland, an old allotment scrub area, and more recently a miniature pitch and putt course has been absorbed into the reserve. Sheep grazing takes place at certain times of the year. Butterflies, Birds and Plants are regularly monitored but Insects, Fungi and other organisms are currently under-recorded here.||499|
|68||Hawk Conservancy Trust, Hants.||
Home of the Hawk Conservancy Trust, a small charity focussed on raptor conservation. Situated 4km to the west of Andover, Hampshire, the 9 hectare site is a mixture of woodland, grassland and wildflower meadow display areas.
|69||Brickfield Meadow Sussex Wildlife Trust Reserve||
A good example of an unimproved Wealden meadow. Tucked away by the village of Fairwarp in East Sussex, lies a small meadow rich in wildlife that has been managed in the traditional way without any agricultural improvement.
|70||NWT Holme Dunes||
The 281 hectare reserve is located on the Northwest Norfolk coast - 4 miles east of Hunstanton. The site was brought by the Norfolk Wildlife Trust in 1965 and celebrates its 50 anniversery this year (2016). The site is designated as part of the North Norfolk Coast SSSI on account of the intertidal sands and muds, saltmarshes, shingle banks and sand dunes. There are extensive areas of brackish lagoons, freshwater pools, reedbeds and grazing marshes.