Zebon Copse is a 20 acre Local Nature Reserve in the heart of the Zebon Copse housing estate and adjacent to the Basingstoke Canal. The tracks, paths and boardwalks that weave through the site offer a variety of experiences to visitors and provide a tranquil and diverse area for walkers, dog walkers and those interested in nature.
A variety of walks, talks and events allow visitors to learn about the habitats, plants and animals that live on Zebon Copse.
With a diversity of trees, wildflowers, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians and insects, Zebon Copse is rich in wildlife.
Every season gives visitors a glimpse at a new variety of plants and animals, making every visit exciting and unique.
There are always opportunities to volunteer on practical conservation tasks, helping to look after this beautiful place.
A range of habitats to be discovered, including ancient woodland, hazel coppice, a pond and a wet heath glade.
Zebon Copse is managed by Hampshire Countryside Service
tel 01252 870425.