Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve :: Shared Description

A ten hectare reserve formed in the 1990s on reclaimed industrial land between the Leeds-Skipton railway line and the river Aire. The reserve, with its mixture of planted and naturally seeded trees, ponds and wildflower meadows, is managed by the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and open to the public on a permissive basis.
by Stephen Craven
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SE2634 : Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve: orchard area by Stephen Craven
SE2635 : Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve: the old ford by Stephen Craven
SE2635 : Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve: river Aire by Stephen Craven
SE2635 : Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve: pond by Stephen Craven
SE2635 : Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve: hilltop by Stephen Craven
SE2635 : Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve: steps to the meadow by Stephen Craven
SE2635 : Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve: sensory garden by Stephen Craven
SE2634 : Access track to Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve by Stephen Craven
SE2634 : Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve: meadow area by Stephen Craven
SE2635 : Kirkstall Valley Nature Reserve: river branches by Stephen Craven


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Created: Sat, 25 Apr 2020, Updated: Sat, 25 Apr 2020

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