The management of our nature reserves would be impossible without our amazing members and volunteers. Together we take care of almost 600 hectares, across Sheffield and Rotherham. These are places where you can enjoy nature and where our conservation work helps the wildlife you love to thrive. Thank you.
These beautiful ancient woodlands are carpeted in bluebells, sweet woodruff and wood anemone in spring and early summer. Majestic beech and oak trees tower overhead in these beautiful ancient woodlands, while Dowey Lumb is a small meadow with scattered trees and scrub which is increasingly rich in wildflowers.
This south-facing hill is a perfect picnic spot to share with butterflies, and maybe even the elusive roe deer.
The woods are teeming with birds including woodpeckers that have taken advantage of the standing dead trees and the insects. You can also hear the distinctive song of yellowhammers and linnets, and at the scrubby edges of the woods are birds such as garden warblers, black caps and bullfinches.
This tranquil woodland is well supplied with footpaths and bridleways linking it to walks in the wider valley.
If you would like to get in touch with us about Moss Valley Woodlands or any of our other reserves, please email us or call 0114 263 4335.
Your donations make it possible for us to care for Moss Valley Woodlands nature reserve.
For more information about the wildlife in Moss Valley area as a whole visit the Moss Valley Wildlife Group’s website.