The landscape and features of the Alderney Community Woodland is the result of many thousand of years of human activity on the island. Historic features, built heritage and a variety of habitats…
Explore Alderney's wild places
The Bonne Terre is the largest valley on the island and slopes down from the South towards the sea in the north. This valley contains a small freshwater stream which feeds the pond behind the dam…
A sweeping coastal reserve including high energy intertidal wetlands, species rich coastal grassland, freshwater wetlands and scrub.
A compact coastal site, running from rocky shoreline, to cliff-top valley and on to historic farmland. At its heart rests the Wildlife Bunker, a wildlife and historical interpretation centre.
Alderney's Ramsar site in the West and Northwest of Alderney was designated in 2005, becoming the first Ramsar site in the Bailiwick of Guernsey. Now it makes up one of eight Ramsar sites in…