I visited Red Rocks Nature Reserve which is a site of specific scientific interest on the edge of the Dee Estuary. It was great to see the work that the Cheshire Wildlife Trust are doing to create a coastal reserve which consists of sand dunes, reedbeds and marsh. It provides a habitat for species of plants that grow in dry, sandy conditions and is a place for birds to stop during the migration season. With the fight to challenge climate change, sites like the Red Rocks Nature Reserve are becoming increasingly important to protect valuable eco-systems for our planet. It is free to visit and open all year and is a great place to visit for birdwatching or just to see some stunning views.