A wonderful mix of open heathland, woodland and chalk downland
We manage our habitat at Headley Heath to make sure that we continue to attract wildlife and preserve the rich ecosystem that is in place here. Find out more about the habitats and how we do it.
Autumn and winter are great seasons for discovering the wonderful world of fungi.Take the opportunity to find out more about fungi as you walk around Headley Heath.
With over 25 species of butterflies, a handful of reptiles and amphibians not to mention mammals, birds and wildflowers, there's plenty of wildlife to spot at Headley.
Conservation work on Headley Heath has resulted in a rare marsh plant - the British star fruit - re-establishing itself. Headley is now one of only a handful of sites in the UK where this beauty can be found.
Visit Headley Heath at dusk to learn more about one of our most secretive birds - nightjars.