Wild Places

The Tame Valley Wetlands has a wide variety of habitats that host a rich diversity of wildlife and rare species. In 2017, the area was designated as Warwickshire, Coventry and Solihull’s first Nature Improvement Area (NIA).

This regionally important river corridor is home to some of the most important wildlife sites in the Midlands. It is also a vital north-south migration route, providing essential resting and feeding places for hundreds of migrating birds.

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