1. Rare Black Grouse
Rare black grouse live on the moorland of Otterburn Ranges in the Cheviot Hills, Northumberland.
2. Castlemartin Range in Pembrokeshire
Castlemartin Range in Pembrokeshire offers a distinctive habitat of sea cliffs and limestone grassland for the chough.
3. Woolmer Forest, Hampshire
In Woolmer Forest, Hampshire, one finds heathland, acid grassland and Dartford warblers.
4. Open Moorland of the Dartmoor Military Training Area
The open moorland of the Dartmoor military training area, Devon, is home to the ring ouzel.
5. Turtle Doves
Turtle doves shelter among the scrub, restored grassland and ponds of Weatherfield, Essex.
6. Stone Curlews
Stone curlews inhabit grass heath of Brecklands, Norfolk.
7. Chalk Grassland of Salisbury, Plain, Wiltshire
The chalk grassland of Salisbury Plain, Wiltshire, offers a haven to a few great bustards.
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