The Countryside of SurreyHome / Countryside / England / South East / SurreyThe Countryside of SurreyDiscover the countryside of Surrey in the South East of England on your doorstep or on holidayArticlesThe Geography of Surrey(Wikipedia)Geology of Surrey(Wikipedia)Places to visit for nature and wildlife(Surrey County Council) Boy fishing in Surrey by Hywel Thomas from FreeImagesSurrey Nature News Surrey Wildlife Trust NewsSurvey of top retailers: only one of 20 says they will eliminate peat this year 2 April, 2021Government voluntary target to stop peat compost sales was missed in 2020Sandcastle homes unveiled for sand martins 27 March, 2021Surrey Wildlife Trust has unveiled a giant 20-metre wide sandcastle for sand martins, tiny 12 centimetre brown and white birds, to welcome them back from Africa to nest at a Surrey nature reserve.Gardeners urged to help beetles 24 March, 2021Beetles are the unsung heroes of the garden and need our support urge The Wildlife Trusts and Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Surrey Hills Society NewsThe Countryside Code in the Surrey Hills AONB 15 April, 2021Defra published a video on social media over the weekend of our local farmer, Paula Matthews talking about how to enjoy visiting the Surrey Hills responsibly. Read on! →Exploring the River Wey around Godalming 14 April, 2021Our first Sunday morning walk of the month to explore the River Wey on Sunday 11 April proved so popular our leaders kindly arranged an afternoon walk as well! Read on! →Surrey Hills Society “Road Map” 5 March, 2021Following the release of the UK Government’s COVID-19 four-step plan to ease lockdown in England, we thought you may like to see our timetable for the next few months. Read on! → Nature Notes / Surrey CometNature Notes: The Speckled Wood butterfly 15 April, 2021Appearing this month, the speckled wood butterfly can be seen along woodland margins and glades.Nature Notes: Songs of Spring 8 April, 2021A few weeks ago I expressed concern about a lack of blackbirds in my area.Nature Notes: A most rewarding experience 1 April, 2021Walking along a hedgerow, especially a blackthorn hedge on a warm sunny spring day can be a most rewarding experience.Useful WebsitesSurrey Countryside – Visit SurreyDiscover for yourself Surrey’s wide and varied countryside which covers over a quarter of the county.Surrey Hills AONBA lot of information articles and ideas for exploring this Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.Surrey CC – CountrysideFootpaths & Rights of Way, Landscape & Habitats, Explore the Countryside…Surrey Wildlife TrustThe reserves, the wildlife, campaigns, news and more…North Downs Way National TrailPlan your visit with trail information and news.Countryside in Surrey – National TrustTop spots for cycling, tranquil waterways and plenty of hills to climb across Surrey.British Wildlife CentreOver 40 different native species from tiny harvest mice to red deer.Surrey RamblersSurrey Ramblers is not just a walking club. We help maintain footpaths, replace damaged stiles and more.Surrey Walks ClubOrganising each year approximately 150 guided walks in Surrey and its adjoining counties.Local Nature Reserves in SurreyA comprehensive list of LNR’s with further details on every reserve at Wikipedia.SSSI’s in SurreyDetails of all Sites of Special Scientific Interest in Surrey at Wikipedia.Surrey’s National Nature ReservesNatural England’s report on the NNR’s in Surrey at the Gov. web site.CPRE SurreyThe Campaign to Protect Rural England is a voice for everyone who wishes to save our countryside and open spaces.Sponsored listings South East England Share page via:Leave a Reply Cancel replyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *CommentName * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.