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Iffley Meadows Nature Reserve, Oxfordshire

Sunday 15th April 2018 - 11.30am

We would like to invite you to a guided Spring walk around Iffley Meadows Nature Reserve. These wet meadows have a rich diversity of wildlife typical of old, unspoilt meadowland. Iffley Meadows hosts a wonderful wildlife spectacle in early April where you can enjoy Oxfordshire's iconic flower, the snake's-head fritillary, in bloom in its natural surroundings.

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Welcome to the members' part of the website!

You help us protect some incredible places across our three counties. We want to share some of the sights and experiences that, without your support, probably wouldn't exist!

Feel free to share your thoughts and stories and meet some of the other people that, like you, have stepped up to protect our local wildlife. This page will be updated regularly, so check back soon!

redwingWhat to do this month



Take a wintry walk and explore our nature reserves and the surrouding countryside. Find a Wild Walk here. Look out for visiting winter birds. Here's our to tell the difference between a redwing and a fieldfare, both thrushes that come to the UK to escape the colder weather on the continent.

See which other wildlife to look out for this month with our blogs.

Our members

What's your wild place?


Warburg Nature Reserve

I love Warburg Nature Reserve in Oxfordshire. The woods are really special places in winter with atmospheric misty mornings and plenty of visiting winter birds. 

Kate, BBOWT Member 

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What your membership has meant for wildlife...

Watch Estelle Bailey, BBOWT's Chief Executive, explain just what your support has allowed us to achieve this year.

Tell us what you love about your local wildlife: email to share or tweet @bbowt

our fantastic year

BBOWT photographer of the month!

Matthew Hearne - Common Lizard on Snelsmore Common - Snelsmore Common - Wildlife category winner and Overall winner

BBOWT’s photographer of the month is Matthew Hearne. Matthew was the overall winner of our Wildlife Photography Competition 2017 with his Common Lizard at Snelsmore Common. Matthew also won the Wildlife category. We'd love to see your photos of wildlife through the seasons. Share them with us on Twitter and Facebook

Do you want to be considered for photographer of the month? Share your photographs with us on Flickr (and please remember to make them available under a "creative commons" license!).

Your local Wildlife Trust

Bittern by Steve Hall/


Photo credit: Bitter by Steve Hall/

Your local Wildlife Trust brings people and nature together to protect our environment. Our experts work with more than 1,400 volunteers to look after over 80 nature reserves, four education centres and run hundreds of amazing events. We rely on the generosity of individuals, charitable trusts and businessesSupport our work by donating just £5 a month.

Read the BBOWT Blog

Get an insider's view into the work of the Berks, Bucks & Oxon Wildlife Trust. Find out what conservation work we're carrying out and meet some of the wonderful people, from our reserves staff to our trainees, that are behind everything we do.

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