See below information pages for each of ARC's nature reserves in Hampshire
With its mosaic of dry and humid heathland and acid grassland habitat, East Weavers Down forms part of the Woolmer Forest SSSI, one of the most important heathland areas in Hampshire and lies on the northern edge of the South Downs National Park.
Forming part of the Woolmer Forest SSSI, West Weavers Down is an important lowland heathland site supporting all six native reptile species.
Woolmer Forest is one of the largest and most diverse areas of lowland heathland in Hampshire, outside of the New Forest, and considered to be the most important area of heathland in the Weald. It is home to 12 of our native species of amphibian and reptile.