Exploring Thursley Nature Reserve in Surrey

I am out in search of nature. To help me explore Thursley’s special nature reserve, in Surrey, is Kevin Hall and Cynthia Walder.

Join us as we take to the boardwalk and venture out over the peat bog and grassland in search of wildlife and all things nature.

It is one of the last remaining heathlands in Surrey. It is famed for its diverse wildlife. Whilst crossbill, red kite, woodlark and stonechat are regularly seen, birds such as Dartford warbler, whinchat, wheatear, tree pipit and redstart are frequently encountered. Rarer birds including osprey, black redstart and great grey shrike also visit the common. The Common is also an ideal place to see viviparous lizard or common lizard.

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