Aldbury Nowers is a nature reserve located on the Chiltern escarpment. It's home to many different species of birds that can be seen all year around.
In the spring and summertime, notable birds you can usually see are blackcaps, garden warblers and whitethroats. Autumn and Winter attract goldcrests, red kites, buzzards, fieldfares, redwings and nuthatches.
It's a good site to visit all year round, but summer months tend to be the most beautiful with the butterflies and wildflowers that bloom during this time of the year.
There isn't any official parking at this nature reserve, but there is a layby with limited parking located nearby on Northfield Road. If this is full, you can park at the car park at Pitstone, National Trust. From the layby, it's roughly a 0.2-mile walk - you can do this walk on the public footpath opposite the track.
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