240 million years in the making, the East Devon Pebblebed HeathS
are amongst the most highly regarded conservation sites in Europe.
Our primary aim is to steward the Pebblebed Heaths for the benefit of its wildlife and to promote public enjoyment, appreciation and understanding of this unique habitat.
Our Conservation Trust organises an annual programme of events for all ages including talks, guided walks and wildlife discovery days.
Join the Pebblebed Heath Conservation Trust rangers for a gentle evening walk at Dalditch Plantation. See and hear the Nightjar, one of our heathland’s most enigmatic summer visitors. Once heard never forgotten! Suitable for adults and older children. Please wear suitable clothing for standing outside at dusk. Bring binoculars if you have them. No dogs. […]
A gentle evening walk on East Budleigh Common with chance to hear and see bats. Wheathill car park, East Budeleigh common SY041846 Join the Pebblebed Heath Conservation Trust and licenced bat worker Sarah Butcher for a bat walk to learn more about the these flying mammals who call this part of the heaths home. […]