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Biodiversity Hotspots

Whitelee Moor National Nature Reserve and the Sites of Special Scientific Interest at Mill and Whiskershiel Burns are true gems in Redesdale’s ecological crown.

They are biodiversity hotspots and home to many rare species. They are also under threat and relatively unknown to the general public.

Through Revitalising Redesdale, Northumberland Wildlife Trust is leading a programme of improvements and conservation works. Our aim is to ensure these sites are better preserved for future generations and to make them more accessible to the public.

Have you spotted some interesting wildlife in Redesdale?

Biodiversity Hotspots Projects