What to expect
Hazeley Heath is a surviving vestige of a once sprawling lowland heathland of south England. This tranquil heathland is home to some very special wildlife, including nightjars, tree pipits, woodlarks and silver-studded blue butterflies. Lowland heath is now an incredibly rare habitat that faces continuous threats that put pressure on the wildlife that rely on this fragile habitat. Since 2013 we've been working to restore the historic heathland habitat; an important place for wildlife and local communities.