Enhancing the Chiltern’s habitats through conservation,
education & community engagement
Here at Chiltern Rangers, our mission is to enhance the Chilterns’ habitats through conservation, education and community engagement.
We work with local communities to provide habitat management in Buckinghamshire and the Chilterns. You will find us in the woodlands, chalk grasslands, commons, ponds and chalk streams. We also manage 13 nature reserves for Buckinghamshire Council.
Our work can only be achieved with the help of our volunteers – people of all ages, abilities and backgrounds, plus community organisations, charities, social enterprises, schools & colleges. If you would like to be part of our team, please look at our Get Involved! page for more information.
The shorter, cooler days are here along with walks filled with red and golden leaves and muddy wellies. Perfect timing for our autumn newsletter!read more
We’d like to introduce you to Henri Court, our Volunteer Voice for October.
Henri lives in the north of High Wycombe not far from the Hughenden woods and farmland. She has only been volunteering with us this year but is a familiar face as she has been donating plants to us for a while.read more
The Wye is a rare and special habitat, home to a rich mix of plants and animals.read more
A big thank you to the wonderful Ell Lewis for being our volunteer voice of September. Always happy and full of life, she is truly a delight to work with.
Ell is a resident of High Wycombe and has been a volunteer with Chiltern Rangers for just over two years. Her love of the outdoors and passion for making the community a better place for people to walk and live in is her reason for volunteering.read more