Greenham Common by BBOWT
The West Berkshire Living Landscape is a land rich with history and wildlife
We are working with West Berkshire Council to create a Living Landscape where people and wildlife can thrive. The project area covers more than 27km2 of lowland heathland, ancient woodland, reedbeds, rivers and streams with Greenham and Crookham Commons at the heart.
Linking the Landscape
Is an exciting 5-year project (2013-2018) to connect local people with the extraordinary natural heritage of the West Berkshire Living Landscape, and to link up and strengthen its threatened wildlife habitats.
Wildlife and Habitats
A few of the habitats within the Living Landscape are:
The habitats of the Living Landscape are home to many scarce and important species such as:
Read blog posts from the Linking the Landscape team
- Find out what BBOWT is doing to get teenagers interested in wildlife conservation
- Jacky Akam explains the more, bigger, better and joined of landscape conservation
- Listening out in the dark for Nightjars with Simon Claybourn
- Conservation Trainee Chris Burch fits Random Acts of Wildness into his week
Greenham and Crookham Common, Thatcham Reedbeds, Audrey's Meadow and the Nature Discovery Centre are managed on behalf of