Stony Stratford Nature Reserve
In 2008 with support from the Riverside Parks Group, work began to re-establish Stony Stratford Nature Reserve as a major local wildlife park.
Parties of volunteers have cleared islands of scrub allowing Wildfowl to nest. There are also renovated and painted bird hides and the ponds have been cleared of invasive vegetation as well as the restoration of a sand martin nest bank, which has enabled Kingfishers to nest successfully.
What to see and do
There is a dipping platform located on a lake with in the nature reserve that is known locally for being home to a variety of dragonflies and damselflies.