Dothill Local Nature Reserve and Beanhill Valley form the largest area of publicly accessible green land in the north west of Telford. These areas combined have a multitude of habitats including a series of ponds, lakes, streams and wetland area when the streams flood. One of the ponds includes a large reed-bed, all areas are linked by grassland, scrub and woodland with well established hedges. There are well trodden footpaths around the area providing reasonable access. There is a diverse range of wildlife in the reserve including buzzards, Pheasants, Bullfinches, Jays, Siskins, Chaffinches, the grasslands are alive with butterflies, moths and grasshoppers, whilst many mammal species including shrews, moles, rabbits and squirrels inhabit the nature reserve.