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West Midlands National Nature Reserves

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Sutton Park

A former medieval deer park given to Sutton Coldfield by Henry VIII in 1528, Sutton Park includes a range of habitats for a rich variety of plants and wildlife, some rarely seen in the region.

Main habitats: lowland heath, woodlands, wetlands

Management: Sutton Park is owned and managed by Birmingham City Council.

Features of interest

Further information about the NNR, its wildlife and how to visit can be found on Birmingham City Council’s Sutton Park NNR web page.

Contact

Birmingham City Council

Tel: 0121 4648728 or email: contact@birmingham.gov.uk

Wren’s Nest

Wren’s Nest is one of Britain’s foremost geological National Nature Reserves. It is famous for its spectacular outcrops of limestone and its abundant fossils.

Main habitats: geological

Management: Wren’s Nest is an urban geological site managed by Dudley Metropolitan Borough Council

Features of interest

Further information about the NNR, its wildlife and how to visit can be found on Dudley Council’s Wren’s Nest NNR web page

Contact

The Wardens, Wren's Nest National Nature Reserve
Directorate of the Urban Environment,
c/o Lister Road Depot,
Lister Road,
Dudley,
West Midlands,
DY2 8JW

Telephone 01384 812785