Warnham Local Nature Reserve covers 92 acres and was designated a LNR in 1988. It includes a 17 acre millpond, marshes, grassland, reed beds, hedges and woodlands.
There are over 400 species of plants, from Common Birdsfoot Trefoil to Orchids and ancient Oaks. The Reserve sees over 100 species of bird, including a thriving Heronry, wildfowl, woodpeckers and the rare Cetti’s Warbler.
Patient spotters in the hides regularly see and photograph the beautiful Kingfishers.
This is part of a descriptive map of the Reserve.
You will find the original at the entrance.
How to find Warnham Local Nature Reserve
Postcode for GPS: RH12 2RA and OS map ref: TQ 168 323
The reserve is 20-30 minutes walk from Horsham Town Centre. Metrobus route 62 passes close to the Reserve. Alight at Redford Avenue and walk 250m down Warnham Road.